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Quickly repeat last command in Fusion 360 (like Enter in AutoCAD)

A - answer Even Autodesk Fusion 360 offers a method for quick repeating a command, performing the same action over and over - similar to pressing the Enter or space key in AutoCAD.

  Any command in Fusion can be repeated using a mouse gesture leading to the function Repeat in the circular marking menu. Perform a right-click with your mouse and drag it up (either holding the right button or with a separate click) to repeat the last command. This gesture leads to the function Repeat in all commands with a context (right-click) menu.

  Similarly to this gesture "Up" you can anytime use the gesture "Left" to perform Undo, or the gesture "Right" to perform the Redo function.

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