In the original version of CounterGo, you could hit Tab or Enter to go to the next edge dimension while editing a countertop. In the new version, both of those keys have reserved meanings, so we couldn’t use them that way.
Now we have a replacement: Alt-N. When you want to edit more than one edge on a top, just click the Save & Next Edge button OR type Alt-N instead of Enter (the underlined letter is a clue that you can use it as a keyboard shortcut). The orange arrow shows you which edge you’re editing.
We hope this new shortcut will help you edit your countertops slightly faster!
You also might notice a recent change on Step 4 – when you click Add Sink Model, it brings up a tiny window instead of a menu – that should make things work better when you put a lot of sinks on your price list (though we still recommend 5-20 as the sweet spot). Notice you can always click +Custom at the top of that window to add a one-time use model.
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