Join Shaun Bryant for an in-depth discussion in this video Using dynamic input, part of AutoCAD: Using the Command Line.
- What we're now going to look at…is actually using dynamic input when we're working…with the command line in AutoCAD.…So, we're going to stay in the same drawing,…the 05_Dynamic.dwg.…And what we're going to look at…is switching the dynamic input on, but also working…with the command line at the same time.…Now, it's very, very easy to do…and this is the way that I always work.…I leave the command line on…and I leave the dynamic input on.…And the reason I do that, is I've got…the best of both worlds.…
I can utilize the command line…for any functionality that I need there.…Such as recent commands, for example,…that we covered a little while back.…And also, more importantly, the command line…is useful for entering information…and perhaps utilizing some of the sub-menus.…And also the dynamic input, at the same time,…works really well and in conjunction with…the command line, as well, and you will see why.…Now, all I'm going to do is I'm going to draw a polyline.…And polyline is a good command for this…'cause it's got lots of nice sub-menus.…
- 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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