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Aliases Tab

Aliases tab sets alternate names (aliases and abbreviations) for commands to call them from command line.

One command can have several aliases. Each alias belongs to only one command.

The left part contains a list of commands with assigned aliases.

 CAD drafting Aliases Tab 0

Create an alias


1.    Click the Create alias button.

2.    Click the  CAD software Aliases Tab 1 button in Create alias dialog box, select the command from the list.

3.    Type symbols into Alias field.



1.    Select command at the list.

2.    Call Create alias in context menu.

3.    Type symbols into Alias field.

Manage aliases in the Properties section:

 CAD drawing Aliases Tab 2

The Show button highlights a command in the list of commands in the left window with aliases.

Change alias


1.    Select command with alias from the left list in the tab.

2.    Type new Alias into Properties:

 CAD drafting Aliases Tab 3

Remove alias


1.    Select command with alias from the left list in the tab.

2.    Click Delete alias button.

You can also delete the selected combination using the DEL key.

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