MISSING FILET COMMAND IN BLOCK EDITING SCREEN

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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
5 REPLIES

Re: MISSING FILET COMMAND IN BLOCK EDITING SCREEN

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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

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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

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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

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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:
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>>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

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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