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stephan
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Hi,
i am new to Librecad.
I am Using version 2.0.5 and Ubuntu 14.10.
It's a cool tool, but since i try to get familiar with the keyboard shortcuts, i am going crazy.

First, i searched for an option in Librecad to get some shortcuts like STRG+... Then i tried to find a configuration-file. After that, i found a hint to the rs_commands.cpp-file. Unfortunately, i don't understand the acting of this shortcuts.

Giving an example, i type the command mv. Like here
http://wiki.librecad.org/index.php/A_short_manual_for_use_from_the_command_line#modifying_the_entities 
and here
http://wiki.librecad.org/index.php/Commands_and_tools_-_using_the_command_line#MODIFY_CMD:
, mv means "move". But my LibreCad (2.0.5) doesn't know anything from there. It gives me the
"Bema├čung vertikal" -feature. typing "move" into the commandline says "unknown order".

same problem for the code "ci",


I was going to register myself into wiki, but the "enter 50 words biography" stopped me.

Is there a chance to get my own keycodes or at least the offered ones working?

edit: just noticed that i have changed command language to "german" ... maybe have available the german shortcuts?
gonna switch back to english...
sorry!!


edit2:
circle is working now ("ci" is not), move is still unknown and "mv" still gets me a dimensioning-tool



thx for the great software and thx for help
Stephan
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Re: Using Keyboard-shortcuts

dxli
The commands are translated, and the translated ones can be found in the alias file:

As discussed here: <a href="http:// forum.librecad.org/Keyboard-shortcuts-td5710321.html"> forum.librecad.org/Keyboard-shortcuts-td5710321.html

You can add your own aliases following the format of the alias file.

BTW, please do register and help improve our wiki. The trouble we added to the registration process is due to amount of spam received previously. Just write something in your profile, and tell us your user name, so we can add permissions. Again, a measure to avoid spam.

stephan wrote
Hi,
i am new to Librecad.
I am Using version 2.0.5 and Ubuntu 14.10.
It's a cool tool, but since i try to get familiar with the keyboard shortcuts, i am going crazy.

First, i searched for an option in Librecad to get some shortcuts like STRG+... Then i tried to find a configuration-file. After that, i found a hint to the rs_commands.cpp-file. Unfortunately, i don't understand the acting of this shortcuts.

Giving an example, i type the command mv. Like here
http://wiki.librecad.org/index.php/A_short_manual_for_use_from_the_command_line#modifying_the_entities 
and here
http://wiki.librecad.org/index.php/Commands_and_tools_-_using_the_command_line#MODIFY_CMD:
, mv means "move". But my LibreCad (2.0.5) doesn't know anything from there. It gives me the
"Bema├čung vertikal" -feature. typing "move" into the commandline says "unknown order".

same problem for the code "ci",


I was going to register myself into wiki, but the "enter 50 words biography" stopped me.

Is there a chance to get my own keycodes or at least the offered ones working?

edit: just noticed that i have changed command language to "german" ... maybe have available the german shortcuts?
gonna switch back to english...
sorry!!


edit2:
circle is working now ("ci" is not), move is still unknown and "mv" still gets me a dimensioning-tool



thx for the great software and thx for help
Stephan