How does one delete a toolpath, or disable it, using a Mac?

(Scott Adams) #1

I’m mystified. I’ve gone around and around - searched…

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(Scott Adams) #2

Manners! Thanks all.

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(Luc) #3

Assuming you are using Carbon CreateRight click over the toolpath name then a menu will appear, you can delete, diable, enable, move up down. While it will work with trackpad and 2 button mouse, I suggest using a 2 button mouse with wheel as it is earlier to access all functions.

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(Scott Adams) #4

No right click on a mac…

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(Dan Nelson) #5

Ctrl + click? Does that work?

Dan

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(Luc) #6

Do you have a trackpad or is this an old Mac? Some of the Mac mouse and trackpad, there are no buttons but if you press on right you can access the right click menus. I would advise you to get a USB or Bluetooth 3rd party mouse that has 2 buttons and a trackwheel. They are relatively cheap, no need to pay a fortune for one. You use the trackwheel for magnification in most CAD programs and this is very useful and sometimes not possible without the wheel.

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(Scott Adams) #7

Indeed it does.
Thank you kind sir!

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(William Adams) #8

Update the keyboard shortcut PDF to reflect that:

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