Especially for those of us who have been using AutoCAD since the ‘90s, it is difficult to learn new tricks. I remember railing against the ribbon menu for almost a year, yet today I do not understand how I could ever have preferred the old toolbars.
It was the same with the tracking tools and all the background calculations that seemed to slow the process down. Yet when you know how to use them, they become invaluable when they are used for the correct purpose.
In this case, one of those small little tools that I ALWAYS forget about is the drop-down on the Dynamic Input tool. When you invoke commands then this drop-down sometimes appears and exposes even more capability of the software. Examples include Layer Match. A great tool to change the layers of other elements.
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