Yeah, I need that certificate sometimes. Or may the "user is too anxious" one.
If I can ever figure this thing out I'll let you guys know.
"too fast" is not new, or new to R2013: there just doesn't seem to be a free autodesk software fix and mostly happens to mouse right-clicking for <enter>. Two handed drafting seems to be immune.
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What do you mean by 2-handed drafting? I use my left hand to enter comands on the keyboard, and my right hand on the mouse, and right click for <enter>. I do not use my spacebar for <enter> generally.
Thanks for the link, i'll read into it.
Interesting. Ok, well thank you!
I guess the timing of it is what was odd to me. I had never expierienced it before version 2013.
Hey, did you solve this problem?
I have the same problem, and only in AutoCAD and SketchUp.. I also tried a couple of mouses and no change..
I have this exact problem with acad 2014.
Anyone find a fix?
Right click to enter is activating random commands, unless I deliberatly and painfully pause before right clicking.
I've tired that and it didn't work for me. I hope it works for you. If it does let us know because I may try it again.
It also happens to me. I disabled Dynamic Input command because if I type "CP" for Copy and do a right-click "Enter" while my finger is still on the "P" key, it does "C" instead of "CP".
But I also sometimes have an issue when using only the standard Command Line. If again I quickly type "CP" on the good old Command Line and quickly do a right-click "Enter", my AutoCAD window seems to lose focus. The crossair disappears and I have the mouse arrow cursor instead. I have to click back in the AutoCAD window before being able to do something again.
I wonder if it has to do with the Input Search option being in the way. Normally, when a command has been typed correctly with an "Enter", the Input Search list disappears so the user may continue to interact with the active command. Maybe AutoCAD takes too much time to think about the Input Search results and then the keyboard & mouse events are not processed correctly?
In the the screenshot below, I typed "CP" for Copy and did a right-click "Enter". However AutoCAD mysteriously lost focus (no crossair) and the Input Search list did not dissapear. But you can see that the Copy command has started because AutoCAD prompts the user to select objects. When I click back in the AutoCAD window, the Input Search list disappears and I'm ready to select objects.
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