Interface Customization

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Eftersom FreeCAD gränssnittet är baserat på det moderna Qt verktygssetet, så har det en högklassig organisation. Widgetar, menyer, verktygslådor och andra verktyg kan ändras, flyttas, delas mellan arbetsbänkar, tangentbordsgenvägar kan ställas in, ändras, och makron kan spelas in och spelas upp. Anpassningsfönstret hittas i Verktyg -> Anpassa menyn:


The Interface Customization dialog


The customization window is accessed from the Tools → Customize menu.

Kommandon tabben visar alla tillgängliga FreeCAD kommandon, organiserade i kategorier.

I Tangentbord, så kan du se de tangentbordsgenvägar som är associerade med varje FreeCAD kommando, och om du vill, ändra eller tilldela nya genvägar till valfritt kommando. Hit är var du vill komma om du använder en viss arbetsbänk ofta, och vill snabba upp dess användande genom att använda tangentbordet.

Verktygslådor tabben låter dig ändra existerande verktygslådor, eller skapa dina egna anpassade verktygslådor.

Under the tab Worksbenches (Workbenches) the workbenches existing in FreeCAD are listed, on the left the currently passive, on the right the currently active workspaces. The status can be changed with the horizontal arrows.


Under the tab Toolbars (Toolbars) on the left are the same command categories as under the map Commands. After clicking on a category the corresponding commands appear, which can be copied to the right side. Before you do this, select an active workspace to which you want to add an individual toolbar. First select a name for this toolbar with New (New...) before copying commands over to it. When this workspace is called later, this bar must be activated: View → Toolbars.

Remark: If "Global" (instead of a workspace) is selected on the right, the added toolbar can be activated in each workspace.

Makron tabben låter dig hantera dina sparade Makron.

Create your Toolbars for your macro Customize Toolbars

Since FreeCAD 0.16 a new tool is available that lets you manage your workbenches.



For an example workflow lets suppose we want to have the "Measure Linear" tool also show up in a custom toolbar in the Draft Workbench.

  • in FreeCAD choose Tools → Customize from the top menu
  • select the "Toolbars" tab
  • on the left side choose "Part" in the pull down menu
  • on the left side in the lower window scroll down to the "Measure Linear" entry and select it
  • on the right side choose "Draft" in the pull down menu
  • click on New... to create a new toolbar and choose a name for it
  • now select your destination toolbar in the right lower window (only needed if you have more than one toolbar)
  • by clicking on the blue "Arrow right" (top icon in the middle row) you will add your selected entry to the selected toolbar


When selecting "Global" in the pull down menu on the right side you will create a toolbar which will be visible in all workbenches.

For adding an installed macro to a toolbar you must

  • select "Macros" in the pull down menu on the left side
  • have assigned menu text, icon (Pixmap) and so on using the Tools → Customize → Macros menu


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There are other ways to customize the FreeCAD interface using its robust modular Addon repository through the AddonManager.svg Addon Manager. There are several Addons that allow for improved UI/UX. Below are some options created by users in the FreeCAD community.


  • Github repository: (link)
  • Forum discussion: (thread)


  • Github repository:






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