Dec 6, 2010

Tip : OOPS!!!

While using several commands after erase an object we want to keep the erased object in place without affecting any on the newly placed objects.
Here, we are using OOPS command.
The UNDO command will retrieve the last command but at the same time, the OOPS command will retrieve the last erased object without affecting any on the newly created objects. This shows the advantage of OOPS command compared to UNDO command.
You can also use OOPS after BLOCK or WBLOCK because these commands can erase the selected objects after creating a block.

OOPS will not work to restore objects on a layer that has been removed with the PURGE command.

1 comment:

  1. omg this is amazing thank you! its so funny to realize its the same expression you will use when you realize you shouldn't have erase those things but then you had change something important too and doesn't want to waste the time of what you change already. thank you for this! :)