ARES Commander Mouse Gestures
ARES commander 2015 has very useful feature Mouse Gestures which is making this software different in 2D category. You can map up to eight commands to mouse gestures from the Mouse Gestures dialog box.
It’s very simple to use this: You can use mouse gestures by right-dragging in the graphics area to invoke a pre assigned tools. You will see mouse gesture on screen. You can use a mouse gesture as a shortcut to execute a command quickly, similar to a keyboard shortcut. This increases you working speed.
Now notice, one command is in white shade that is in selection, means when you move the mouse over that white area, that command will be executed.
You can enable or disable mouse gestures, and set the number of mouse gestures that appear in the mouse gestures.
You have two ways to open the Mouse Gestures dialog box:
- Command: Gesture
- Menu: Tools > Mouse Gestures
|Category||Groups commands into categories.|
|Command||Lists commands.A command is mapped to a mouse gesture only if one of the eight mouse gesture icons appears in the command row under the Selectcolumn.|
|Select||Displays four or eight mouse gesture command mappings when you click the column heading.|
You can click a column to sort by that column.
I am sure you will use this feature this effectively now. Feel free to post your experience and queries. You can download the ARES Commander edition from http://www.graebert.com/en/index.php?option=com_productselect&view=downloads
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Guest Post, Author: Amit Kumar
Mr. Amit is working as a Specification Writer in a CAD software development company Graebert GmbH. He is graduate Mechanical Engineer from Delhi College of Engineering, University of Delhi, India followed by double MBA in Operations and International Marketing. He is using CAD software since 1997 and occasionally write for CAD tips and tricks. He is AutoCAD 2013 certified professional.