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kedibeno
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Registered: ‎08-16-2001
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setting up

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08-16-2001 03:16 AM
I just started using LT2002 today, and I am trying to setup my taskbars etc as I like. I am having two problems:

1) I am trying to change the object snap settings in the Tools/Drafting Settings/Object Snap box. When I press Okay, it gives me ERROR: Unable to set system variable: SNAPUNIT. Why?

2) Then under Views/Toolbars/Commands, some of the icons are not shown. It says "Close Window is there, and I can drag the button onto the taskbar and it works, but there is no picture associated with the command. How am I supposed to remember where I put which command?

Any help would be appreciated.

kedibeno
*Saadallah, Dean
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setting up

12-13-2003 09:54 PM in reply to: kedibeno
1) Set SNAPUNIT, or SNAP to something other than the 0 setting
you have, and all will work well again. I know, nothing to do with it ....
.

2) Not all commands have a toolbar button image, so you need
to make one: right click on the button, and go for it. HELP in AutoCAD can
explain usage.

 


 

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I
just started using LT2002 today, and I am trying to setup my taskbars etc as I
like. I am having two problems:

1) I am trying to change the object snap settings in the Tools/Drafting
Settings/Object Snap box. When I press Okay, it gives me ERROR: Unable to set
system variable: SNAPUNIT. Why?

2) Then under Views/Toolbars/Commands, some of the icons are not shown. It
says "Close Window is there, and I can drag the button onto the taskbar and it
works, but there is no picture associated with the command. How am I supposed
to remember where I put which command?

Any help would be appreciated.

kedibeno

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kedibeno
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎08-16-2001
Message 3 of 3 (42 Views)

Re: setting up

12-13-2003 09:54 PM in reply to: kedibeno
Thanks Dean - Both worked.

kedibeno
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