APS-CONFIG - Reset Command
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Architectural Production Software 2005

RESET COMMAND CONFIGURATION

Main Configuration Dialog
Misc Settings
Reset Cmd
 

Configuration dialog:

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The button brings you to this web page for help during the command (without canceling).

 

Breakdown of configuration options

Menuecho

Command affected:  RESET

This is what AutoCAD's MENUECHO system variable is set to when the RESET command is used. Enter a value in the box or press the "< Select" button and the following dialog appears:

Check the box that you would like to use. Typically you will use either "All prompts displayed normally" or "Suppress echoing of menu items". For more on this variable see AutoCAD's help for "MENUECHO system variable".

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Cmdecho

Command affected:  RESET

This is what AutoCAD's CMDECHO system variable is set to when the RESET command is used. Select "Yes" to have the command prompting show on the command line when running an AutoLISP® command or "No" to not see the command prompting. For more on this variable see AutoCAD's help for "CMDECHO system variable".

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Highlight

Command affected:  RESET

This is what AutoCAD's HIGHLIGHT system variable is set to when the RESET command is used. Select "On" to have objects highlight when selected or "No" for no highlighting. For more on this variable see AutoCAD's help for "HIGHLIGHT system variable".

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Blipmode

Command affected:  RESET

This is what AutoCAD's BLIPMODE system variable is set to when the RESET command is used. Select "Yes" to show blips on the screen when selecting points or "No" to not show them. For more on this variable see AutoCAD's help for "BLIPMODE system variable".

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Pickfirst

Command affected:  RESET

This is what AutoCAD's PICKFIRST system variable is set to when the RESET command is used. Select "Yes" to allow selection sets to be defined before the command (and also allow double-click editing) or "No" to not allow selection before the command. For more on this variable see AutoCAD's help for "PICKFIRST system variable".

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Pickbox

Command affected:  RESET

This is what AutoCAD's PICKBOX system variable is set to when the RESET command is used. Enter a number for the size (in pixels) of the selection box. For more on this variable see AutoCAD's help for "PICKBOX system variable".

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Aperture

Command affected:  RESET

This is what AutoCAD's APERTURE system variable is set to when the RESET command is used. Enter a number for the size (in pixels) of the "object snap selection" box. For more on this variable see AutoCAD's help for "APERTURE system variable".

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Mirrtext

Command affected:  RESET

This is what AutoCAD's MIRRTEXT system variable is set to when the RESET command is used. Select "Y" (yes) to have text mirrored or "N" (no) to maintain text's orientation. For more on this variable see AutoCAD's help for "MIRRTEXT system variable".

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Snapang

Command affected:  RESET

This is what AutoCAD's SNAPANG system variable is set to when the RESET command is used. Enter the angle for the snap and grid rotation. For more on this variable see AutoCAD's help for "SNAPANG system variable".

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Snapbase

Command affected:  RESET

This is what AutoCAD's SNAPBASE system variable is set to when the RESET command is used. Enter the X and Y values for the snap base point or press the "< Select" button to select a point in the drawing. For more on this variable see AutoCAD's help for "SNAPBASE system variable".

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Osmode

Command affected:  RESET

This is what AutoCAD's OSMODE system variable is set to when the RESET command is used. Enter the number representing the sum of all of the snap code numbers (shown on the dialog below) or press the "< Select" button and the following dialog will appear: 

Select the snap types that you would like to use for your running object snaps and press "OK". For more on this variable see AutoCAD's help for "OSMODE system variable".

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Pdmode

Command affected:  RESET

This is what AutoCAD's PDMODE system variable is set to when the RESET command is used. Enter the point style number (shown in the dialog below) or press the "< Select" button and the following dialog will appear:

Select the PDMODE value from the dialog by clicking on it. For more on this variable see AutoCAD's help for "PDMODE system variable".

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Lunits and Luprec

Command affected:  RESET

This is what AutoCAD's LUNITS and LUPREC system variables are set to when the RESET command is used. Select the units type from those listed and then select a precision from the drop-down box. For more on these variables see AutoCAD's help for "LUNITS system variable" and "LUPREC system variable".

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Aunits and Auprec

Command affected:  RESET

This is what AutoCAD's AUNITS and AUPREC system variables are set to when the RESET command is used. Select the units type from those listed and then select a precision from the drop-down box. For more on these variables see AutoCAD's help for "AUNITS system variable" and "AUPREC system variable".

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