AutoCAD Map 3D General Discussion

AutoCAD Map 3D General Discussion

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stevedb
Posts: 57
Registered: ‎08-20-2008
Message 21 of 23 (113 Views)

Re: osnap pick prioritizing.

03-22-2012 04:07 PM in reply to: thepworth

thepworth wrote:

I suppose you have dynamic input enabled - try turning it off from the buttons on the bottom of the screen



well.... yea...... of course I do. I have to get used to all this new-fangled stuff at some point..... :smileytongue:

 

Ok, did the f12 and as the old song goes-- I can see clearly now that the .... is gone.

 

Fat tire, eh...... Boring....:smileyindifferent:.. Seems he needs to spend a day in the Dana Point harbor, at their brewery.... that's if they're still around. The brewery, not the harbor. Then again, perhaps one of the breweries up at Lake Tahoe would work too.

 

Guys... thank you.

I'll try to remember the cycling thing. So much to remember, and so little storage remains.....

 

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nwray
Posts: 110
Registered: ‎03-10-2008
Message 22 of 23 (104 Views)

Re: osnap pick prioritizing.

03-23-2012 08:37 AM in reply to: stevedb

Don't know if you're still looking for ways to force the OSNAP, but have you checked under the "Temporary Override Keys"?  Under the CUI interface there is an option for setting keys that temporarily override the normal settings, and a number of them (at least on my version) are pre-set for object snap overrides.  I'd never used them before, but they seem to work.  For example, if I start drawing a PLINE, then hold down SHIFT+E (my override for OSNAP to Endpoint), whenever I move the cursor over another line it snaps to one of the endpoints.

 

Norm

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stevedb
Posts: 57
Registered: ‎08-20-2008
Message 23 of 23 (100 Views)

Re: osnap pick prioritizing.

03-23-2012 09:35 AM in reply to: nwray

nwray wrote:

Don't know if you're still looking for ways to force the OSNAP, but have you checked under the "Temporary Override Keys"?  Under the CUI interface there is an option for setting keys that temporarily override the normal settings, and a number of them (at least on my version) are pre-set for object snap overrides.  I'd never used them before, but they seem to work.  For example, if I start drawing a PLINE, then hold down SHIFT+E (my override for OSNAP to Endpoint), whenever I move the cursor over another line it snaps to one of the endpoints.

 

Norm


Hi Norm.

I think you just may have hit on what I was thinking. I found them, and am studying them now.

interesting..... bery interestink indeet......

 

Thank you.


 

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