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    Those commands are carry overs from my LT days when I had no LISP option for more complicated commands.
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    I should probably ditch the command line as well, I never really watch it and as Dave said I usually hit F2 anyway if anything needs checked. Never really thought about it but looks like it takes up about 3/4" of screen.

    That's much better.
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    I could not resist poking a little fun. Just a new assignment - laser scanned topography.

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    I like threads like this, but sometimes I wonder where all the programmers are. I'd love to look over their shoulder with how they've set up their own interface.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StykFacE View Post
    I like threads like this, but sometimes I wonder where all the programmers are. I'd love to look over their shoulder with how they've set up their own interface.
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    I don't get it.
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    Anyways, thought I'd go ahead and share mine. Dual mon's @ 1080p res so here's a link instead:

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    Quote Originally Posted by StykFacE View Post
    I don't get it.
    Being fussy over why there are no programmer views.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glen1980 View Post
    Are you back on at work now Dave?
    back in the UK but not at work yet! Walked a little too much in Paris so not actually sure if I'll make work tomorrow! I will then find out if I can get back onto CadTutor.
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