As a former AutoCAD user, I like being able to use the Escape key to end the current command. I already know how to allow this in Workspace>Preferences>Input.
I have also played around a bit with button assignments and can see how that works.
What I cannot see, however, is a way of assigning the Escape key to a mouse button, so that I can use a side button to end a command. Does anyone know if this is possible? I'm using V8i.
Thanks for your help.
The right click, reset button keeps the current command active. I like to have no command active when in between commands. Comes from being an AutoCAD user first and foremost, I guess.
The few day I had to use AutoCad my hand on the mouse started to hurt. I never had this in 30+ years MicroStation... What did I do wrong?
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Thanks, but I know about this dialogue box. I was hoping ofr a typed equivalent to assign to a mouse button. "Null" is close, but not what I'm looking for. Perhaps it's not possible in MS.
Yes that is exactly what I am looking to do! My mouse is simply a Plug and Play, with no specific driver installed.
I guess I'll have to give up on this seemingly simple plan. :-)
I can use AutoCAD all day without touching the keyboard! :-)