Autodesk Labs is all about feedback. Here is a recent exchange regarding the Command Complete Bonus Tool for AutoCAD:
Hello, I've started using Command Complete this morning and I must say I’m very happy you took the time to create this tool. I noticed something though that I think would make it work better. When I type in a command for example ddedit. By the time I get to typing dde it is the only command listed and when I hit enter to pick the only command from the list, the command input only reads that I typed dde and gives me an invalid command error. I notice this error doesn't occur when there are other items in the list. When I type dd and it lists ddatte ddedit ddgrips and I choose ddatte it opens the attribute editor. I will still use this tool regardless of my above concern, but a fix or if you have a suggestion on how I can work around this would be fantastic.
The reply from a Command Complete team member to this user was:
I’m really glad you like this utility. Thank you very much for your feedback. I have a question about the problem you report - Are you pressing the TAB key to select the command from the list (even when there’s only one item in the list)? Command Complete is designed to accept the TAB key to enter a command. The problem you describe sounds (at face value) as if you’re hitting ENTER instead.
The thread culminated with a reply from the customer:
Yes I was hitting the enter key and it would send the incomplete command. I just tried the same thing with the tab key and it performed perfectly. I will from here on use the tab key to complete commands, but I must say that a enter key command completion feels much more natural. We have a few command line users at my office and I've forwarded this on to them. If they have any questions I’ll be sure to send them on to you. Thanks for your help.
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