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Ralph Grabowski recently commented on the new system variables that arrived with the release of Bricscad V12 for Linux. It's not just the Linux version getting this treatment. If you run the SETVAR command on the Windows version, and list all the variables, you will see some additions towards the end appearing as a second alphabetised list.
Bricscad's Drawing Explorer enables you to do more than just view and manipulate the table objects on your current drawing. If you have multiple drawings open, you can use the Drawing Explorer to quickly copy and paste table data from one drawing to another. You can also use this feature to quickly update (re-define) objects too.
A lot of users Windows 7/Vista users (and now Windows 8) contact us with issues entering their Bricscad License key. This isn't Bricscad! It is the User Account Control (UAC) introduced with Windows Vista. UAC results in some operations requiring Administrator rights before it is actioned, such as installing applications and entering your Bricscad License key.
There is a growing amount of information out there providing support for Bricscad, a few of which are listed below. Need more hands on help? Take a look at our Training options, or contact us for tailored support package.
With each passing release of AutoCAD and Bricscad, we find that more and more key press sequences are being assigned by the application to provide shortcut keys to standard application features. While it is possible to create custom shortcuts using the CUI, it is becoming increasing difficult to do so without overriding a standard key sequence, or using more difficult key press sequences.