To set up the F2 key as a shortcut, select CAD > workspace > Function keys, Highlight F2, and in the Action box type mx focus. Select the OK button. The F2 function is now active; to toggle between MX and CAD.
To setup the F3 key as a shortcut, select CAD > workspace > Function keys, Highlight F3 and in the Action box type MX open_input. Select the OK button. The F3 function is now active; Input open dialogue box
From the CAD menu select Utilities > Key-in and Type MX in the Key-in field. A list of available commands is displayed in the centre column.
To turn off the CAD tooltips, from the CAD menu select Settings > Snaps > Accusnap. On the panel untick the Pop-up info, Identify Element Automatically and Hilite Active Element. This will not turn off the MX functionality.
Select CAD > Tools > Primary, the Primary toolbar is displayed. The Level Display icon is not displayed by default, therefore make certain the toggle is set to "CAD" on the status bar. Place the cursor over the toolbar, right mouse click, and select the Level Display entry. This allows features on the display to be turned on and off.
To save different views within a display, select the Saved Views Icon. Either far left icon on the View Toolbar or from the CAD menu select Utilities > Saved Views.
Select the 2D rotate icon from the View Toolbars, utilise the cursor to position the cross (point of rotation). Left mouse click to rotate the model.
To turn off the View Toolbar select CAD > Window > View Toolbox. To amend the position of the View Toolbar select CAD > Workspace > Preference's. Under the heading View Options, the tickbox "Show View Toolbox" which is set to Top by default dictates the position of the View Tools.
To display the CAD Toolbars select CAD > Tools > Tool Boxes.
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