To-Work-With-Customizing-Right-click-Behavior

To Work With Customizing Right-click Behavior

To Work With Customizing Right-click Behavior

How to change the effect of right-clicking an object or area in your drawing.

Turn Off Shortcut Menus in the Drawing Area

Use this method to set whether a right-click displays a shortcut menu or is the same
as pressing Enter.

  1. Click Application menu Options.
  2. In the Options dialog box, User Preferences tab, clear the Shortcut Menus in Drawing
    Area option.

Set Right-click Behavior Based on Location

  1. Click Application menu Options.
  2. To control Default, Edit, and Command shortcut menus individually, select Right-Click
    Customization.
  3. In the Right-Click Customization dialog box, under Default Mode or Edit Mode, select
    one of the following options to control what happens when you right-click in the drawing
    area and no command is in progress:

    • Repeat Last Command. Repeats the last command. Selecting this option turns off the Default and Edit shortcut
      menus. Right-clicking is the same as pressing Enter.
    • Shortcut Menu. Displays the Default or Edit shortcut menu.
  4. Under Command Mode, select one of the following options to determine what happens
    when you right-click in the drawing area while a command is in progress:

    • Enter. Turns off the Command shortcut menu. Right-clicking is the same as pressing Enter.
    • Shortcut Menu: Always Enabled. Displays the Command shortcut menu.
    • Shortcut Menu: Enabled When Command Options Are Present. Displays the Command shortcut menu only when options are currently available in the
      Command prompt. In a Command prompt, options are enclosed in square brackets. If no
      options are available, right-clicking is the same as pressing Enter.

    In addition to turning the Default, Edit, and Command shortcut menus on and off, you
    can customize the options that are displayed on them. For example, you can add options
    to the Edit shortcut menu that are displayed only when circles are selected.

Turn on Time-sensitive Right-click Behavior

Use this method to set a quick click to equal Enter, and a longer click to display
a shortcut menu.

  1. Click Application menu Options.
  2. In the Options dialog box, User Preferences tab, under Windows Standard Behavior,
    click Right-Click Customization.
  3. In the Right-Click Customization dialog box, select Turn on Time-Sensitive Right-Click.

    You can specify the duration of the longer click. The default is 250 milliseconds.

  4. Click Apply & Close.

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