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Post Posted: 06.05.2011 14:03

Could anyone reveal any option in D-Cad 2D to take objects from a drawing to another using tolerable process instead of grow-up-your-finger-muscules gym-club

1. edit
2. copy
3. select objects (double click for each; ok, there is a rectangular selection option. wow!)
4. finish selection
5. change drawing window
6. edit
7. paste
8. select viewport
9. push insert all/select area button
10. make selection (double click)
11. select the point to position the object
12. confirm coords


Huh... what a jouney to bring off an elementary process which should take two clicks as even in the simplest programs i know.

To make alike move between drawings belonging to different projects...
Take a guess.

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Re: Copy-paste

Post Posted: 06.05.2011 19:53

The way we go allows a lot of things. Each way which would be shorter would avoid several possibilities.
Please do not think only about your current problem. There could be a problem one day which would not be possible if we would do that faster. And two clicks never would be enough to copy objects between two drawings.
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Re: Copy-paste

Post Posted: 09.05.2011 12:09

In most cases it IS enough.
However, quantity of possibilities should not be achieved by decreasing usage speed and convenience at well designed nowadays Software.

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