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Controlling Grid Options from the Command Line

CAD drafting Controlling Grid Options from the Command Line 0 Command line: TGRID

The command specifies the grid options.


Command prompts:

Specify grid spacing(X) or [ON/OFF/Snap/Major/ aDaptive/Limits/Follow/Aspect] <10.0000>

Specifies the grid spacing.

When the spacing value is given with adding x symbol (Latin), the grid spacing will have the value equal to grid interval multiplied by the entered grid spacing.


Command options:


Turns on display of the grid with preset spacing value.


Turns of  the grid display.


Turns on the cursor snap to the grid.


Sets the number of cells in the grid.


Turns on/off the gird adaptive mode. Impacts on the grid density when an image of the screen is zoomed in/out.


When the option is disabled, the grid is displayed throughout the entire drawing space. If the option is enabled, the grid is displayed on the drawing area limited by the Drawing limits command (LIMITS).


Turns on/off the dynamic UCS.


Sets the grid spacing for X and Y axes.

In the Isometric mode this option is disabled.


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