Lights-in-Model-Palette

Lights in Model Palette

    Lights in Model Palette

    Lists the lights in the drawing.

    An icon in the Type column indicates the type of light: point light, spotlight, or
    distant light, and whether it is on or off. Select a light in the list to select it
    in the drawing. To sort the list, click the Type or Name column head.

    List of Options

    The following options are displayed on the shortcut menu.

    Lights in Model

    Displays a list of different types of lights with their names used in the drawing.

    Shortcut Menu

    Delete Light or Delete Lights

    With one or more lights selected, right-click and click Delete Light or Delete Lights
    to remove the light from the drawing. You can also press Delete.

    Properties

    With one or more lights selected, right-click and click Properties to display the
    Properties palette, where you can change the properties of lights and turn them on
    and off. When a property is selected, the panel at the bottom displays a description
    of the property. You can also double-click to display the Properties palette.

    Glyph Display

    Controls the glyph display of the lights used in the drawing. This option is unavailable
    for distant lights or when multiple lights are selected.

    Learning AutoCad

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