Monday, March 2, 2009

AutoCAD 2010 changes to palette Auto-hide settings

Previously AutoCAD had these settings saved in a common place, the fixed profile. AutoCAD 2010 now save this in each profile instead, giving you more flexibility.
This meant that I needed to update the freeware Palette Auto-hide Speed. You need to activate the profile within your AutoCAD application and close AutoCAD before running Palette Auto-hide Speed.
You might not want a delay or you might want to change Holdopen that is the delay that keeps the palette open for a specified time when it is opened programmatically. You can also specify different times for Roll-up and Roll-out.

You find the download here.

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