HI, Sorry to ask dimwit question and I tried to find the answer but....
Isnt there a setting/preference that has to do with repeatng the previous command without having to hit the command or reentering the command ? I know not all commands have it but I recall some do. Isnt there a setting to control that?
or right-click and select "repeat" listed at the top (especially useful too if you actually launched a menu macro and not just a single command).
or turn on fast right-clicking in OPTIONS and simply "fast right-click" to repeat the last command.
Thanks for the feedback!
I found a new one for me, anyways.
Went to Tools>options>user prefernces>"right click customization">.....then ther some options for using the and setting the function of the right mouse click..maybe thats what Ive been looking for.
Thanks all for the responses!
...you can even set that mouse to a time-sensitive click, to give more than one possible option of what that right-click does!
If you only turned off right-clicking, you just removed about a third of the LT program from access by you to get things done.
A big mistake you will wish you had not later.
Turn on time-sensitive right-click instead as I noted and as noted in the reply above this one.
No I didint turn off the right clicker.
I went to :
Tools >options> user preferences>RIght Click Customization> >then under Default Mode I changed it to "if no objects are selected , right click means," "REPEAT LAST COMMAND" (instead of "short cut menu")
Havent used it this way much yet but am going to try it.
I can't believe i have just found this out. I use autocad for small construction jobs i get and i draw up the jobs.
I found this thread after a google search to speed up my drawing times and this is has got to be the best one yet.
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