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What happened to my right mouse button?

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tgautocad

I have looked at many of threads, but I did not see the resolution for getting my right mouse button back to normal.

 

 

this was in a thread I followed and it summed up what I have best. I use Autocad 2009, I'm a Cad newbee, and I appear to have somehow messed up my right click short-cut menu settings. Before, I could right-click and get all of the edit options (delete, move, rotate, draw order, properties, select similar, etc.). I could get these options whether an object was selected or not. Now, my options are the "default" ones (Repeat, Pan, Zoom, Quick calc, etc, to name a few).

 

How do you reset the defaults of the mouse buttons?

PS I hate being a beginner.

thanks for your help.:?

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Dadgad

Welcome to the forum!

You can fix that in your OPTIONS (right click inside your commandline) > USER PREFERENCES > RIGHT CLICK CUSTOMIZATION.

I like to set mine up so that I can use my right click to either ENTER, or access the SHORTCUT MENUS, so I use the time sensitive right click option. :)

 

We all started from scratch, don't be disheartened, enjoy the climb.

right click settings.JPG

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tgautocad

thanks it worked. I also found under the options option the profile tab it has a reset . It is challenge, but an enjoyable one.:)

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Chilidawg

I am having the same issue, but changing the settings in the options is NOT helping.

 

I can no longer select an object, right click and get the modify submenu to display.

 

any suggestions?

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Dadgad

Is your PICKFIRST variable setting set to 1?

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Chilidawg
Is your PICKFIRST variable setting set to 1?

It is now.

 

Thanks that worked.

 

 

(I wonder how that got changed)

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Dadgad

Glad I could help you. :beer:

Typically a poorly written lisp, aborted mid-execution.

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