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User Commands

User Commands

User Commands

Is there an efficient method of converting side bar menus to user commands?

RE: User Commands

There are a lot of user commends. For example "AA=90" will change the active angle to 90 degrees.

RE: User Commands

There is a way you can do that, go to workspace>Function Keys... A dialog box will open. In here we have the ability to make commands. Using the shift key, ctrl key,alt key. This will give you 48 commands. Hope this helps.

RE: User Commands

Actually, you can have virtually unlimited commands using the function keys.
Simply by making a few command files {each with different commands that you would want to use} then dedicate 1 or 2 function keys {with the shift/ctrl/alt that's up to 6 different command files} for switching between those files. Of course, you might want to map all those lovely commands and print it out so you remember what's what.

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