At view/library browser, there are misc and templates, shown in a tree menu. Not sure about, but A3_paper and a tux drawing are stored. Are these folders where I am suposed to keep my drawings? Where is it, at my system files?
At Edit/Application preferences/path, I creates a library folder. Where is it too?
Just create your own folder any where you like (documents or desktop -wherever!) to store your 'own' templates and CAD blocks (symbols) and add the path to it.
So for example if you are a garden designer you can create your own plant symbols (blocks) and store them in your own folder and use them in a drawing when you need to.
Thanks for answering. Maybe I have questions more from the beginning.
In the next posts I will return to file places.
Blocks are symbols, that may be used in various drawings, such as bolts, nuts and A4 frames with texts and margins. I have to draw them and store at the directory that is specified at edit/app_prefs/paths/part_library as a dxf file. A4frame.dxf , bolt5mm, and nut5mm for example.
So, when creating a new drawing, assembly.dxf, how do I load these 3 blocks into the assembly drawing?
Library Browser (View/Toolbars/LibraryBrowser) should open the directory specified at Apps/Prefs/Path.
Im my case,
/home/mypc/Documentos/cad/partlibrary but it is opening the default directory at
/usr/share/librecad/library with its misc and templates sub-dirs, with files.
What am I doing wrong?