Palette Auto-hide Speed

Palette Auto-hide Speed

JTB World Inc.

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Description

With this app you will be able to change the time it takes to show/hide or roll-up/roll-out the palette windows in Autodesk® AutoCAD®.

 

You can see the effect with palettes like Properties, Quickcalc, External References, Sheet Set Manager, Markup Set Manager, and Visual Styles Manager set to auto-hide.

 

More about this app is found here: http://jtbworld.com/palette-auto-hide-speed

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About This Version

Version 1.4.0, 7/8/2016
Digital signing of LSP file (no version number change)

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Customer Reviews

(4 reviews)

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  • Run JTBWPaletteAutoHideSpeed
    Víctor M. López | September 04, 2016 Verified Download (What's this?)

    How i Run JTBWPaletteAutoHideSpeed?


    Jimmy Bergmark (Publisher) | September 14, 2016

    Hi Victor, Either you enter JTBWPaletteAutoHideSpeed on the command line in AutoCAD or you use the button on the Add-ins Ribbon tab.


  • Does what is says on the box.
    Sean Mcdonald | June 28, 2016 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Excellent application to help reduce the frustration should your mouse accidentally encroach on the fly out zone.


  • Great app,
    Nick Antonov | September 16, 2014

    Ive been using it for years, and with every new release of Autocad I have to change the rollout speed,Its quite annoying when hover with the pointer over tool palette to roll out so quick(especially when you move the mouse just a pixel to far) This gives us the option to customise the delay time before the panel rolls out. Thanks guys for saving our nerves :-) I wish this was part of the standard issue AutoCAD options setting...


  • Does the job
    R.K. McSwain | June 13, 2014 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Read the dialog to work this tool. Once you get that down it does what it says without having to hack your way around.


  • Just what I wanted
    Robert Darrow | April 15, 2014 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Works great.

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