View Full Version : Double-Click a Dimension....
10th Mar 2008, 11:31 am
Is there a way to set up when i double-click a dimension, that instead of opening just the properties palette, it opens up the palette and the TextOverride box has focus....
.....or it opens up the mtext editor?
10th Mar 2008, 11:40 am
I don't think so, but the easiest way is the ED command. All you do is enter the command and click the dimension and it opens the mtext editor for the dimension.
That to me is as easy as double-clicking cause I'm so used to the letters.
10th Mar 2008, 11:48 am
Type CUI at the command line.
In the CUI editor, create a new command with the macro
In the section for Double Click Actions, create a new action and call it Dimension, then select it and in the right pane in the object line write DIMENSION.
Then select the command that you created in the command list and drag it onto the new Double Click Action that you created.
Let me know if you get stuck.
10th Mar 2008, 12:06 pm
That's done it, thanks :)
10th Mar 2008, 01:03 pm
On the other hand, without going though such a convoluted process, just double click on the dimension text. you will either be presented by a DTEXT edit box, or a MTEXT edit box. Edit away from there as required.
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