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I've modified my interface to use the right mouse button for the "enter" command. As a former AutoCAD user, I'm not finding one further enhancement that is very useful. In AutoCAD, it's called "right click customization" and it allows right click to do more than one thing. If a command is ongoing, then right click (in my case) would mean "enter". If no objects are selected, then right click means "repeat last command". This is something I use constantly. In Bricscad, if no objects are selected then right click brings up a dialog box where "repeat" is an option listed along with a number of other commands. This adds an extra step which, in the long run, slows things down. Since the drawing process often means performing similar actions in sequence then the ability to simply "repeat" w/o going through a dialog box is a faster way of working. Maybe there is a way to accomplish the same thing in Bricscad but I don't know what it is. Would appreciate any suggestions. Otherwise, I guess this could be taken as a feature request.