Who will win? Jordin or Blake...as I write I realize that those of you on the East Coast are so much closer to knowing the winner than I am out here in California...I must admit I am still rooting for Jordin and I called in several times last night to cast my vote (oh the shame of it all!). Regardless of who wins I am convinced they will both be very successful - they are both so talented!
On to an AutoCAD Hip Tip on Right Click Customizing:
So what does the right button on your mouse do? Does it display a shortcut menu when pressed? Does it perform an Enter (like the old days?). How would you like to set up it up so it does both??? AutoCAD gurus maximize the power of the mouse by assigning both options to the right mouse button - a short click does an enter while a longer click displays the appropriate shortcut menu. How do you do that you say? It's super easy - and yet so powerful!
Go to the User Preferences tab in the OPTIONS command as seen below. Here you will find the secret passageway to Right Click Customization!
Here a simple check mark turns on this great feature as seen in the figure below:
You also get to determine just how long you'd like that click to be before it displays the shortcut menu (in Milliseconds).
Now be aware that this will take a little getting used to - but in the long run you'll be so much better off! Give it the good old college try and maybe you'll just save a little extra time in your every day drawing life!
I'm off to get ready for Idol! Go Jordin!