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MISSING FILET COMMAND IN BLOCK EDITING SCREEN


Is it intentional that there isn't a Fillet Command availble in the Speed Key window
under More Commands when in the Block editing screen. There is a fillet command
icon in the Ribbon bar but not in the More Commands window.
Ron
Ronald W Latour
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Re: MISSING FILET COMMAND IN BLOCK EDITING SCREEN

Ron,
This is not intentional. All commands within an environment should be in the
list. This should be fixed in the next release.
Regards,
Rick B.

Re: MISSING FILET COMMAND IN BLOCK EDITING SCREEN


Ricky, while you're at it, I also couldn't fine Undo in the Sheet environment.
Ron
"Ricky Black" wrote:
>Ron,
>This is not intentional. All commands within an environment should be in the
>
>list. This should be fixed in the next release.
>
>Regards,
>Rick B.
>
>

Ronald W Latour

Re: MISSING FILET COMMAND IN BLOCK EDITING SCREEN


Ron,
"Ctrl Z" works for "Undo" in the Sheet environment.
Ed
"Ronald W Latour" wrote:
>
>Ricky, while you're at it, I also couldn't fine Undo in the Sheet environment.
>
>Ron

Re: MISSING FILET COMMAND IN BLOCK EDITING SCREEN


Ed, thanks. I'm assigning Undo as a speed key to one of my mouse buttons. The reason:
Most of the time just pressing ESC doesn't interrupt commands for me. I've reported
it and it doesn't seem to be a problem for others. So I've gotten into the habit
of just hitting Undo when the commands ends where I don't want it to after hitting
the ESC key.
Thanks,
Ron
"Ed Kadlec" wrote:
>
>Ron,
>
>"Ctrl Z" works for "Undo" in the Sheet environment.
>
>Ed
>
>"Ronald W Latour" wrote:
>>
>>Ricky, while you're at it, I also couldn't fine Undo in the Sheet environment.
>>
>>Ron

>
Ronald W Latour

Re: MISSING FILET COMMAND IN BLOCK EDITING SCREEN


Ron,
I've run into the "Escape" key not working at times also. Not real often, I think
it depends on what I'm trying to escape out of. I end up clicking on the "Select"
button to get out of the mode.
Ed
"Ronald W Latour" wrote:
>
>Ed, thanks. I'm assigning Undo as a speed key to one of my mouse buttons.
> The reason:
> Most of the time just pressing ESC doesn't interrupt commands for me. I've
>reported
>it and it doesn't seem to be a problem for others. So I've gotten into the
>habit
>of just hitting Undo when the commands ends where I don't want it to after
>hitting
>the ESC key.
>
>Thanks,
>Ron
>
>"Ed Kadlec" wrote:
>>
>>Ron,
>>
>>"Ctrl Z" works for "Undo" in the Sheet environment.
>>
>>Ed
>>
>>"Ronald W Latour" wrote:
>>>
>>>Ricky, while you're at it, I also couldn't fine Undo in the Sheet environment.
>>>
>>>Ron

>>
>
>Ronald W Latour