The right-click+drag method allows users to move, copy or paste selected objects as block by right-clicking and dragging the objects while holding the right button down.
Within the option dialog box, under “Users Preferences” tab, you can find the new “Hidden Message Settings” option that controls the display of previously hidden messages. After a message has been hidden, it can be viewed and re-activated.
With the new Selection Cycling system variable you can quickly select overlapped or coincident objects in current drawing as well as set selection cycling options.
In some design, particularly architectural design, some of the blocks(furniture, television .etc) need to move or rotate the position freely in order to get a better preview. Actually, it’s not difficult so much. Today, GstarCAD brings you a practical feature_ block editor.
You use the Block Editor to define and modify the objects and behavior in a block definition. In the Block Editor, you add parameters and actions, which define custom properties and dynamic behavior.
Every time you create a new drawing, you will see a default layer: Layer 0. You can’t delete it.
Did you notice there is a start up dialog box pops up when you first open GstarCAD
GstarCAD provides plenty of system variables, To check the status of certain system variables, you can use the SETVAR command.
A frequent problem in objects snaps is the inheritance of the Z value when snapping to a point. GstarCAD addresses this problem with OSNAPZ system variable. If set to 0, osnap uses the z-value of the snapped point.
Sometimes settings (such as FILEDIA) can cause certain routines to ask for a file name at the command prompt. In these cases, you can enter the tilde ~ character followed by
You may occasionally find yourself in a situation where the NEW, OPEN, and SAVE commands do not provide a dialog. Simply enter FILEDIA at the command prompt and enter a value of 1. If you attempt to PLOT and fail to get a dialog, simply enter ` at the command prompt and enter a value of 1.