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Using gestures in Inventor and Fusion 360.

A - answer In Autodesk Inventor, in Fusion 360, in Alias, in Maya, in Mudbox and in other CAD applications employing marking menus (radial menus), you can enter commands using mouse gestures. This way, you can quickly submit frequently used commands.

Marking menus can be customized with the function Tools > Options > Customize > Marking menu. Then you can just draw the gesture (stroke) with the right mouse button pressed - in the direction of the requested oommand located in the (not displayed) marking menu.

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13.10.2015    1276x  
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applies to: Inventor · Fusion360 · Autodesk Maya · Alias ·

See also:
Tip 9620:Do you properly ground the first component in your assembly?
Tip 8557:Marking menu on electrical objects in AutoCAD Electrical 2013.
Tip 8493:Missing context menus and toolbars in Inventor 2012.

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