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  1. Hello, Im using AutoCAD, AutoCAD Mechanical 2009 and Mechanical Desktop 2009 I have parts that have a material assigned to them through the 'MASSPROPS' dialog box. When assigning the material to a part, material properties associated with that part are assigned as well. Is there a way to either remove the material assignment or create a "dummy" material with material property values set to 0 and assign this new material to the part using AutoLISP? If not AutoLISP, is it possible using any other code type?
  2. Hello, I'm having some trouble with assigning a new shortcut key to the Cancel command alongside with ESCAPE. I have followed this guide: https://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/autocad/troubleshooting/caas/sfdcarticles/sfdcarticles/Redefining-F1-key-to-use-Cancel-command.html And also tried just dragged the Cancel command to the keyboard shortcuts. However, it does not cancel the way that ESCAPE does. The command pane does not say anything. Although when for example Circle tool is active, when pressing the newly assigned F1 key, it seems to cancel the tool. But if I want to cancel a selection, nothing happens. It adds an empty row in the command history. If I have ^C^C (double), it adds two empty rows. Shouldn't it say "*cancel*"? What am I doing wrong? Thank you!
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