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Osnap manual overrides

A - answer While in a command you can manually override your Object Snaps. All you have to do is enter a code below while the command (prompt) is active:
  • END = Endpoint
  • MID = Midpoint
  • CEN = Center
  • NOD = Node
  • QUA = Quadrant
  • INT = Intersection
  • EXT = Extension
  • INS = Insertion
  • PER = Perpendicular
  • TAN = Tangent
  • NEA = Nearest
  • APP = Apparent intersection
  • PAR = Parallel
  • M2P = Mid between 2 points
  • NON = NONE

Credit: Robert Williams

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applies to: AutoCAD · AutoCAD LT ·

See also:
Tip 12766:Lines with a single grip, incorrect osnaps, intersections, offsets, hatches - CheckLarge
Tip 12705:How to disable osnaps for xref objects?
Tip 12368:Gaps - how to find loose ends on lines in a DWG?
Tip 12091:Equidistant ellipse - how to make an ellipse offset?
Tip 11998:Double object snap (osnap) - how to align a line between two lines? (geom.constraints)


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