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Thread: Double Click Pull Down Menu to Use Last Command Used from Menu

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    Default Double Click Pull Down Menu to Use Last Command Used from Menu

    Summary: Ability to double click on a pull down menu to use the last command from the menu.

    Description: Double click a pull down menu to access the last command used from that pull down.

    How Used: This addition would "have" to increase productivity of every cad user by saving 2-3 mouse clicks.

    Feature Affinity: Menus

    Submitted By: Michael Tetleton on January 23, 2007
    Last edited by acadwishlist; 2007-06-04 at 11:32 AM.

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    Default Re: Double Click Pull Down Menu to Use Last Command Used from Menu

    Go into options and set it the R click customisation

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    Default Re: Double Click Pull Down Menu to Use Last Command Used from Menu

    This certainly had some traction 20 years ago, but they have not been updating pull down menus for several versions now, and this is standard windows functionality (not something Autodesk defines), so I doubt this will gather much attention.
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