As I’m sure you’re already aware, BricsCAD has a selection of standard keyboard shortcuts. However, you might also want to create your own to launch a command, change the view, or open up a dialog. The good news is that, in BricsCAD, you can!

How to create a keyboard shortcut in BricsCAD

This example will show you how to create a keyboard shortcut (e.g. Ctrl+Alt+E) to launch the Drawing Explorer:

  1. Open the Customize dialog – enter CUSTOMIZE.
  2. Select the Keyboard tab.
  3. In the left panel select the customization group file to which you will add this shortcut. You can add it to the main ‘BRICSCAD’ customization group, or to one of your own partial menus.custom shortcut
  4. Right-click and select ‘Insert shortcut’ (‘Append shortcut‘ if you right-click on the CUI).
  5. The ‘Add keyboard shortcut‘ dialog opens.
  6. Check the ‘Select available tool’ option.
  7. In the tree list below select the Drawing Explorer tool (located under Available tools > BRICSCAD > Drawing Explorer).custom shortcut
  8. Click the OK button to close and the ‘Add keyboard shortcut’ dialog and return to the Customize dialog.
  9. In the Properties grid, of the new shortcut, select the Key field, then hit the key combination you want to assign to the shortcut eg Ctrl+Alt+E.custom shortcut
  10. Click OK
  11. Test out your new shortcut.

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