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May 07, 2009



...and if you turn on the old DOS screen menu (Options -> Display -> Screen menu) you get a very fast (no icons) logical menu that is fully context-sensitive. No more right-clicks to get the context menus.

The "AutoCAD" entry at the top always returns you to the root meny, and the line of **** below that always brings up object snap over-rides.

R. Paul Waddington

BF, you might like to create an 'animation' showing how to use the 'screen menu', and publish it; to let those, who are not familiar with it, see what they are missing out on.

Your work may also be of interest to those at Autodesk who believe it appropriate for their customers to continually pay to re-purchase the same functionality in different guises.

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