The standard menu gives access to tools that can be used in all workbenches. The menu may look slightly different depending on the desktop environment (KDE, Gnome, Windows, OS X, etc.). Workbenches can also add sub-menus depending on how they decide to structure their tools.
The standard menu
The standard menu is composed of 7 sub-menus:
- File The File menu provides tools related to file input and output.
- Edit The Edit menu provides tools to change the model.
- View The View menu provides tools to change the 3D view and the view properties of objects in the model, and tools related to the display of interface components.
- Tools The Tools menu provides tools for debugging models, customizing FreeCAD's behavior, as well as auxiliary tools.
- Macro The Macro menu provides tools related to the recording and execution of macros.
- Windows The Windows menu allows switching and rearranging of Main view area windows.
- Help The Help menu provides access to the help system and links to the FreeCAD website and forum.
Template:Std Base navi/pt
- Installation: Linux, Windows, Mac; Getting started
- Basics: About FreeCAD, Workbenches, Preferences, Document structure, Interface Customization, Properties, Mouse Model; Tutorials
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- Scripting: Introduction to Python, FreeCAD scripting tutorial, FreeCAD Scripting Basics, How to install macros, Gui Command, Units Modules: Builtin modules, Workbench creation, Installing more workbenches Meshes: Mesh Scripting, Mesh Module Parts: The Part Module, Topological data scripting, PythonOCC, Mesh to Part Coin scenegraph: The Coin/Inventor scenegraph, Pivy Qt interface: PySide, Using the FreeCAD GUI, Dialog creation Parametric objects: Scripted objects Other: Code snippets, Line drawing function, Embedding FreeCAD, FreeCAD vector math library, Power users hub, Python, Macros, FreeCAD Scripting Basics, Topological data scripting