|Edit → Edit mode → ...|
|Introduced in version|
The Std UserEditMode command defines the edit mode to be used when an object is double-clicked in the Tree view.
- There are several ways to invoke the command:
- Click on the black down arrow to the right of the button and select an edit mode from the flyout. Note: the button image will change depending on the selected option.
- In the menu go to View → Edit mode and select an edit mode.
Available edit modes
The object will be edited using its default mode. This edit mode is defined internally to be the most appropriate for the object type. For example, it will be shape properties edition for Part primitives and PartDesign features, placement edition for Part booleans, etc.
The object will have its placement editable with the Std TransformManip command.
This edit mode is implemented as available but currently does not seem to be used by any object.
The object will have the color of its individual faces editable with the Part FaceColors command.
- Not all objects support all edit modes. If the selected mode isn't supported by the object, its default edit mode will be used instead.
- The last edit mode is stored: Tools → Edit parameters... → BaseApp → Preferences → General → UserEditMode. It is an integer value. Possible values are
3(Color). The default is
See also: FreeCAD Scripting Basics.
To list the available edit modes:
import FreeCADGui FreeCADGui.listUserEditModes()
To get the active edit mode:
import FreeCADGui FreeCADGui.getUserEditMode()
To set the active edit mode:
import FreeCADGui FreeCADGui.setUserEditMode(MODENAME) # Where MODENAME is a string available in the list of edit modes