im new to MicroStation (currently in training) and i wondered if it´s possible, to reassign the Left Click on the Mouse to the Spacebar, so that you could in theorie draw with the Keyboard alone.
Thanks in advance for the help.
What is the exact version no. (e.g. v10.x.y.z) of MicroStation that you are using? Use key-in VERSION to see the version no. in the MicroStation Message Center, or Help→About MicroStation in the backstage.
See this blog that shows you how to obtain MicroStation's version number.
If you're using an additional product (e.g. ProjectWise, OpenXxx) let us know about that too!
Tobias Lange said: i wondered if it´s possible, to reassign the Left Click on the Mouse to the Spacebar
Here's what MicroStation Help has to say about Keyboard Shortcuts.
Tobias Lange said:...you could in theory draw with the Keyboard alone
How would you provide a data point without a mouse (or other pointing device)?
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The Version is 10.15.02.11.
My wish is that i could use both Keyboard and Mouse to initiate the data point the Mouse and to draw the Keyboard.
I found the Keyboard Shortcuts but i could not find the right command to assinge the Left Click too the spacebar.
Can you eliminate the mouse in any other programs on your computer? A mouse is a primary input device at the computer System level. I suppose you could check your operating system to see if any accessibility tools can assign all mouse functions to the keyboard. That's the only I way I see it being done.
MicroStation, as a graphic program, is mouse-driven. I do not believe there is any native function to eliminate the mouse (or similar input device) entirely.
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I dont want to eliminate the mouse click. I would like to have both the left Mouseclick and the spacebar to set a data point.
While there are people more knowledgeable than I, I do not think there is a command that equates to a data point.Points can be entered by coordinates with the key-in dialog, but I am unaware of key-in that emulates a data point at the mouse location.