Join Shaun Bryant for an in-depth discussion in this video Dynamic input settings, part of AutoCAD: Using the Command Line.
- [Voiceover] So last but not least,…in this section about dynamic input,…we're going to have a look at the dynamic input settings.…So we're staying in the 05_dynamic.dwg file…which you can find in your lynda.com exercise files.…And what we're going to look at…is how we can set the dynamic input settings…to work in conjunction with the AutoCAD command line.…Now, you would have thought…that I would be pushing the command line…and to use the command line all the time in AutoCAD…considering it's a…Using the Command Line in AutoCAD course…but what I also want you to do…is get you into using the dynamic input…in conjunction with the command line.…
They can work very well in tandem together.…So let's have a look at how we're going to get…the dynamic input settings working for us.…Now down on the Status bar…at the bottom of the screen.…So if you come down to Dynamic Input here.…Just hover over it.…You can see my Dynamic Input is on.…If I right click now,…you get a little box there that says…Dynamic Input Settings.…Just click on it…
- Entering input with the keyboard and mouse
- Positioning the command line
- Hiding the command line
- Customizing command-line settings
- Typing commands
- Using dynamic input
- Navigating an AutoCAD drawing with the command line
- Using the function keys
- Entering coordinates
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Using the Command Line
2. The Command Line Interface
3. Customizing the Command Line Settings
4. Using the Command Prompt
5. Dynamic Input
6. The Command Process Workflow
Using the keyboard5m 54s
7. Navigating in a Drawing
8. Function Keys and Options
9. Entering Coordinates
Next steps2m 30s
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