Alphabetical command reference Quick ref info on UI elements, keyboard shortcuts, mouse buttons, etc A thousand tips History of commands discontinued by Autodesk Concise system variable reference Undocumented commands and system variables Illustrations of all dialog boxes and other user interface elements
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COINS Auto-Section Box supports Revit keyboard shortcuts and can be added through Options->User Interface->Customize Keyboard Shortcuts and then optionally filter on the Add-Ins tab. This is how the Quick Auto-Section Box is ideally designed to be used.
I love this tool and am a COINS promoter with any Revit user I encounter. Autodesk's Selection Box tool doesn't come close to the features of this add-in. With the new Grow/Shrink commands they were able to incorporate with customizable keyboard shortcuts, it will be used even more. The COINS development team is doing a great job. Keep up the great work!
Hi Marco. You can apply keyboard shortcuts - under Revit Options->User Interface->Keyboard Shortcuts and filter on the \"Add-Ins Tab\". This works well when applied to the \"Quick Auto Section Box\" and \"Toggle Section Box\" commands.
Besides assigning custom shortcuts to existing commands, you can even create your own custom commands and macros and assign them your favorite keyboard shortcuts. This tutorial further explains the process: How to Create a Custom Command.
To some that have avoided using keyboard-entered commands altogether this may seem like a daunting task. Fear not though as this article will explain how simple it is to make full use of keyboard shortcuts within AutoCAD. Meaning they will be more memorable than ever, and most importantly customised to your needs. 153554b96e