Options - Display tab
Use this tab to set display options.
DIALOG BOX OPTIONS
Command Lines to Track Defines the maximum number of lines that are
displayed in the Prompt
History Window. As you enter commands, progeCAD tracks each one that you
use in a session, the prompts that are displayed, and your responses to the
prompts You can review this information the Prompt History window. The default
value is 256.
Use Up/Down Arrows for Command History Navigation By default, using
the keyboard arrows pans your view of the drawing. If you prefer to scroll the
command history using the up and down arrows, mark this check box. Then when
you use the up and down arrows, previous commands display and the other prompt
input is skipped. This can be a convenient way to review and even repeat previous
Show Tabs To show or hide the Model tab and Layout tabs, select
the Show Tabs check box. You may want to hide the tabs if you only work on the
Model tab or if you use the command bar and status bar to switch between tabs.
Show Scroll Bars To show or hide the scroll bars that display
on the right side and bottom of the progeCAD window or viewport, select the
Show Scroll Bars check box. You may want to hide the scroll bars if you only
use the Pan command to scroll drawings.
Enable Continuous Inertial Motion in Real Time Click to continue rotating
the view when using the Real-Time Sphere, Real-Time X, Real-Time Y, and Real-Time
Reverse Mouse Wheel Zoom Direction Click to zoom out when you spin the
mouse wheel forward and zoom in when you spin it backward. When the check box
is not marked, spinning the mouse wheel forward while working in a drawing zooms
in and spinning it backward zooms out. Reversing the mouse wheel zoom direction
may be helpful if you use a mouse with your left hand.
Graphics Screen Color Sets the color of the background screen, which
is Black by default.
Display Prompt Boxes Turns prompt boxes on or off. The prompt boxes,
typically displayed in the upper right corner of the screen, list options for
commands. The options in the prompt boxes are the same as those displayed on
the status bar and the command bar. Turning prompt boxes off may save screen
space and may minimize mouse clicks.
Automatic Menu Loading When turned on, default menus are loaded when
you open drawing files. When turned off, you can load drawings with associated
menus without overwriting the default menus.
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