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  1. Pete Ruehle
    October 24, 2012

    Good article. The TTT option is relatively new and did not appear until the ribbon was introduced. (I actually had a lisp command to accomplish this before the option was available.) This may explain (if you think like Autodesk) why it is an option on the ribbon but not the command line. I’m not a big fan of the ribbon (I prefer keyboard shortcuts and toolbar buttons, much faster), and I find many newer commands and command options are only available on the ribbon, not even on the menu bar. So I either create a button, a command alias, or a one line lisp to execute the command. I feel like I’m being forced to use the software against my preferences.

  2. João Santos
    October 28, 2012

    Nice article and example!
    The TTT option is not a CIRCLE’s sixth option, only a 3P option with all points being tangent. As far as I remember about AutoCAD versions, it is available on the Draw menubar and everybody could create an icon with the macro ^c^cCIRCLE;3P;tan;\tan;\tan or a similar lisp function (command). The ribbon is the slowest way to get this.

  3. noyal thomas
    July 16, 2014

    very nice one
    option TTT in autocad is also simply selected by the command T enter after selecting the circle command.

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