More then likely a new kid from AutoCAD question, but

I am trying to figure out how to make ‘enter’ and ‘mouse click’ the same.

For example, in Autocad, if I am drawing a line, its:

L (for line) - space bar/enter/click - click starting point - enter the length (ex 18’6) - enter angle (or snap to 90) - enter.

It seems Rhino works a bit different:

L (for line) - click - click starting point - enter the length (ex 18’6) - enter angle (or snap to 90) - enter, and then Rhino gives a reference point - and then click mouse to finalize.

Is there anyway to make ‘enter’ or ‘space’ the final step as opposed to a mouse click?

Hello - In Rhino if you enter a length you’re constrained to that length and Rhino wants to know what point - if you enter an angle, Rhino snaps to multiples of that angle so it still wants a point to know where to go. So in Rhino you can use something like click to place the start then type

@18’6<90 (Enter)

@=r = relative coordinates

More info: https://docs.mcneel.com/rhino/6/help/en-us/index.htm#user_interface/keyboard%20modifiers.htm?Highlight=Coordinate%20entry

-Pascal

Awesome, thanks!