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? SPEED KEY TO INTERRUPT A DRAWING COMMAND


When drawing a line or any other element that requires the anchoring of points, is
there a speed key that will just backup so you can reset the last point when you
realize it's in the wrong place. I've only found ESC or SELECT, but that kills
the command; hence, start all other again.
Thanks
Ron
Ronald W Latour
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Re: ? SPEED KEY TO INTERRUPT A DRAWING COMMAND

Ron,
Once you have committed geometry, that is completely placed it, you cannot
start that geometry over through the existing command. However, if you click
for the first point of a line and dynamics starts for the second point, you
can start over. Right mouse click will restart the command and allow the
first point to be selected again.
Rick B.

Re: ? SPEED KEY TO INTERRUPT A DRAWING COMMAND


Ron,
Click the right mouse button. That should cancel the placement of the point but
still keep the tool active.
Ed
"Ronald W Latour" wrote:
>
>When drawing a line or any other element that requires the anchoring of points,
>is
>there a speed key that will just backup so you can reset the last point when
>you
>realize it's in the wrong place. I've only found ESC or SELECT, but that
>kills
>the command; hence, start all other again.
>
>Thanks
>Ron
>Ronald W Latour

Re: ? SPEED KEY TO INTERRUPT A DRAWING COMMAND


RICKY/ED, THANKS. YES THAT WORKS BUT JUST FOR THE FIRST POINT SET. I CAN LIVE WITH
THAT.
RON

"Ricky Black" wrote:
>Ron,
>Once you have committed geometry, that is completely placed it, you cannot
>
>start that geometry over through the existing command. However, if you click
>
>for the first point of a line and dynamics starts for the second point, you
>
>can start over. Right mouse click will restart the command and allow the
>first point to be selected again.
>
>Rick B.
>
>

Ronald W Latour