How Do I Find The "Erase" button. :)

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3 weeks 2 days ago #19 by plmcc@q.com
plmcc@q.com created the topic: How Do I Find The "Erase" button. :)
Hello,

I'd like to know how I can find the "Erase" button so that I can click a number of elements, one after another, and then hit the "Erase" button so all of them are erased at the same time?

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-= Paul McCollum =-

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2 weeks 3 days ago - 2 weeks 3 days ago #20 by Admin
Admin replied the topic: How Do I Find The "Erase" button. :)
Hi,

In fact, the erase logic is not like AutoCAD. First you select the objects with the shift key you want to delete (you can change shift select feature in the Options) , then you press the DELETE button in the keybord.

Actually, you are right, we have to adapt the program to the CAD standards, not to the MS office. For this reason, we do control on all modifying tools.

Sure, we will add "DEL" button in the next revision :)

Thanks...
Last Edit: 2 weeks 3 days ago by Admin.

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