Fixing to move from SW2015 to SW2018 and I have the System Options in a pdf format and have been looking through to see what's new between the two. Is there any option you found good to know what it is and how to use it?
Here's one that's new since SW2015, although you might like the new colors.
This one isn't exactly new, but now it applies to editing sketches also, not just when creating new ones. However, it's flaky for editing. While it will swing the model to normal to the sketch, the sketch may or my not be centered on your monitor (or even on your monitor at all until you center it manually).
Those are the only new ones I can think of offhand. If more occur to me I'll post again, or if you have questions about one let us know.
Well, I am colorblind and I do like the new colors but I can go either direction. I figure I'm pretty adaptable and I can easily change. I did turn of the classic colors and because I had SW2015 running on the other screen, decided to stay with that (for now).
Yes, our company has merged with another fuel dispensing company in Europe and they used Pro/E so I know they'll love the auto rotate function a lot.
12 SolidWorks Features You Don't Need - And How to Turn Them Off - SolidSmack
Don't turn off Confirmation Corner. A few commands can't exit without it.
Confirmation Corner is probably the first option i turned off so LONG ago, it has saved me Miles of Mouse travel.
drives me crazy watching someone mouse up to the corner in slow motion, every time.
I will point out that the "D" shortcut key to bring the confirmation corner to your mouse pointer does not work with confirmation corner turned off. (it still brings the breadcrumbs though).
So I keep it on just for that.
i also have the OK. command on my S key, between that, ESC, Qtrl Q and rmb i really don't need the C corner.
Thanks everyone for checking in. I was hoping for a few more but I did some homework anyway.
Hi Steve ,
I found the bi-directional sweep since SW2016 very useful.
Is that a system option? If not, thanks for the reminder. If so, yes, that would be a good one.
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