Circle Command
Circle command is used to draw circles.

Circles can be used to bore holes larger than the diameter of the cutter.

The Circle command can be selected from:
  The sidebar menu.
  The Draw pull down menu.
  By entering circle at the command prompt.

The first prompt is for the circle Center: <Pick|Done>:.
  The X,Y coordinates can be entered by left clicking the mouse on the desired point in the graphics area.
  The X,Y coordinates can be entered via the keyboard. The Enter key or the right mouse button click enters the input.
  Right mouse button click with out keyboard input will terminate the command.

The command line will display the X,Y coordinates of the circle center.

The next prompt is for the circle Radius: <Pick|Done>:.
  The X,Y coordinates can be entered by left clicking the mouse on the desired point in the graphics area.
  The X,Y coordinates can be entered via the keyboard. The Enter key or the right mouse button click enters the input.
  Right mouse button click with out keyboard input will terminate the command.

The command is done, the circle is drawn, a circle graphic item is added to the end of the drawing list.


Circle command console area displayed messages during Circle command execution.

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