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Shortcut Description AutoCAD Product Key Commands only Ctrl+N (CTRL+ALT+SHIFT+N) New project, places the cursor in the lower right corner of the page and returns it to the top left corner of the page Enter insert the first and last 2 points of a 2D polyline or 3D face, or the first and last 2 points of a 2D polyline Edge edit points with the Select Edge tool. Ctrl+E Snap edge automatically to the nearest point to the mouse pointer Mousing-in screen to highlight and select. Scrolling up or down mousedown a horizontal scrollbar, holding Shift keys left or right until the scrollbar becomes highlighted, and clicking to scroll a certain amount, without having to count out numbers, Shift+click to go to page down, again without counting out numbers. Clicking with the mouse to highlight a shape, moving to a new page. No other actions are performed, and no numbers are involved. Just letting the mouse do what it wants Autocad Commands only Ctrl+R REVERSE RECREATE CREATE a layer from a file, e.g., a picture of a toy, without a line, hatch, or text. Ctrl+H HIDE Current view is hidden, restoring previous one, Ctrl+[1 to 10] OPEN OPEN a new, untitled drawing. Used instead of the name command. Ctrl+P PRINT is a shortcut for Print Preview command. From AutoCAD 2011 and later, there is also a Print command that opens a preview dialog where one can type in a choice of paper size and orientation to print. Autocad Commands only Ctrl+L IMPLANT LOCK n LOCK that point is locked for editing. When a point is locked, it cannot be erased (unlocked) or moved. The term is used when the drawing is not opened for editing. LOCK_SHELL LOCK_SHELL is the same as LOCK, but only for editing locked lines (hatch lines). Text strings are not affected. NOTE NOTE bookmarks are stored with the points, not the text. LOCK_TEXT LOCK_TEXT is the same as LOCK, but only for editing locked text. When the drawing is opened for editing, the text is not affected. LOCK_FORMATTING is the same as LOCK, but it locks the formatting, not just the text. Does not affect text strings. Text strings are not affected. LOCK_

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2D object base class
The 2D object base class (2DBase) is used to represent 2D shapes such as lines and circles. It also supports using 3D model data for its base class. The 2D object base class has two constructors:
A constructor which takes a string as a parameter specifying a text string to use as an identifier for the object. This string can be used to find the object in the LISP code.
A constructor which takes a 2D vector to use as the center point.

To create a new 2DBase object, the constructor is used.

.. note::
In C++ or AutoLISP, the AutoCAD ID is typically a constant string which is added to the class name at build time.

All 2DBase objects support some basic operations. The AutoCAD object allows drawing to the screen, and editing to set attributes.

The 2DBase class also supports generating instances of itself with a repeat count. An AutoLISP function called as a constructor,

.. code-block:: lisp

can be used to create an object with a repeat count of 3.

When not using AutoLISP, the 2DBase class is used in a type specifier. This allows passing a type specifier to a command, such as create. In AutoLISP, an equivalent method is used,. Type specifiers are defined in the operating system. The specific class is shown in the following table.

.. code-block:: lisp

* 2DBase does not support creating text labels.

The following example shows how to create a text label for a 2DBase object:

.. code-block:: lisp
(create-2dbase-text “Label”)

When creating the text label, the text string is specified.

.. code-block:: lisp
(create-2dbase-text “Label”)

The following code example creates a 2DBase object, then adds it to the “sheet1” layer, and activates it:

.. code-block:: lisp
(setf *layer*’sheet1)

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We seem to be saying this all the time lately: Facebook is gaming its users.

The latest example of this: Facebook is reportedly testing a new feature that hides comments users made on other people’s photos — it would just be a funny way to keep users from being too candid about their lives, we guess.

According to Wired, the new feature is called the “New Auto-Hide for Photos” and, in the past, it would not allow users to comment on photos they thought their friends may not want them to share. (What’s funny is that this is a really good time to use a Facebook account — you know what they say: there’s no such thing as bad publicity.)

Wired also reports that “according to Facebook,” the company is currently testing the feature in an “emergency situation” to see how users handle it:

A Facebook spokeswoman said that while the company is currently testing the “New Auto-Hide for Photos,” and as a result has not yet released it, “we believe it is a very positive step to allow people to share what matters to them.”

Some people were happy to share their photos, and a few other people expressed interest in the feature.

More than half of the comments on a photo of two dogs on a couch made it invisible to others, and only about a third of those said they were happy about it. Some comments said that people should leave the photo alone, while others said they wish they could comment.

The rest of the comments said that they understand why Facebook would do this, but didn’t like it, because they don’t want to hide their photos.

It seems like the problem with this feature would be that it would only help Facebook by making users seem more open, which is the opposite of what Facebook is supposed to be doing. Facebook doesn’t want its users to be too open, and this feature would seem to make them so.

The bigger issue here, though, is that Facebook is not just a social network. It is a database of all of our lives, which it then makes visible to the whole world. And that is exactly the problem.

The New York Times in October was reporting that

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This feature is available in most recently released AutoCAD versions and will be available in AutoCAD 2023.

Creating drawings with other applications, such as SketchUp, or using free application-specific markup languages can be challenging. AutoCAD 2023 makes it easier for you to import the content of those drawings and apply them to your models. After incorporating that content, you can easily adjust it with edits. You can also export the content to other applications.

AutoCAD 2023 can also create previews of the imported content. The preview will be useful for people who want to design without doing a lot of detailed work to create a finished drawing.

Markup Import and Markup Assist (video: 1:15 min.)

You can import the content of a paper or PDF file into a drawing. The imported content is tagged with annotation markers, and you can apply edits to the content that would be difficult to do otherwise. You can also use the content to create a preview, which you can then export to other applications.

Each time you import content, the imported content will be saved in the Dynamic Shared Object (DSO). The information about the imported content is saved in the dso along with any changes that are made to the content. (Video: 2:40 min.)

You can import the content of a paper or PDF file into a drawing. The imported content is tagged with annotation markers, and you can apply edits to the content that would be difficult to do otherwise. You can also use the content to create a preview, which you can then export to other applications.

Important: Use caution when using non-AutoCAD content. For example, when using content from a vendor-based or service bureau, you should check the privacy policy or terms of use for that vendor or service bureau. You should also check the privacy policy for other online services that provide content. You can also modify the content to help you meet your needs.

In addition to importing content, you can also import:

Customer properties and annotations that are used for shipping and billing, such as shipping and billing addresses, tracking numbers, tracking labels, and postal codes. These annotations are saved in a separate dso from the imported content so that you don’t import the content twice and they don’t affect the overall performance of your drawing.

User properties, such as custom dimensions and text style names.

You can also import:

System Requirements For AutoCAD:

Minimum Requirements:
OS: Windows 7 / 8
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.8 GHz or faster
Memory: 4 GB RAM
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Video: NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT / ATI Radeon HD 2900 XT or better
Sound: DirectX Compatible Sound Card with latest driver
Gamepad: Xbox 360 or Xbox One Controller
Additional Notes: Battle for Valhalla may not run on a Windows 10 system.
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