Can't teach an old dog new tricks

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Can't teach an old dog new tricks

Thomas Zingalis
I used AutoCAD release 12 for many years back in the mid 90s - early 2000s and have burned in commands
that I find almost impossible to shake. Is there a course in LibreCAD that would be of help. I keep entering commands that I memorized in ACAD and am, becoming very frustrated...
Any suggestions?

Tom
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Re: Can't teach an old dog new tricks

dellus
I don't use command line a lot. It's mostly those old dogs crying for that.
Have you seen this:https://wiki.librecad.org/index.php?title=A_short_manual_for_use_from_the_command_line
Command line use has been improved a bit since then. You can make your own command aliases to a certain degree. But I am not into that, can't help.
I can only advise to print out or write down LibreCAD's commands on paper and stick that to the wall so you always have it in your sight. Maybe this helps...
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Re: Can't teach an old dog new tricks

Thomas Zingalis
Thanks, I'll try anything at this point!


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I don't use command line a lot. It's mostly those old dogs crying for that.
Have you seen this:https://wiki.librecad.org/index.php?title=A_short_manual_for_use_from_the_command_line
Command line use has been improved a bit since then. You can make your own command aliases to a certain degree. But I am not into that, can't help.
I can only advise to print out or write down LibreCAD's command on paper and stick that to the wall so you always have it in your sight. Maybe this helps...


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