A very good day to you all!
As a former user of other Cam software, I was used to the possibility to very quickly set a new x0y0 position by clicking with the mouse on a point on the drawing. (after choosing 'set zero')
I use this often because I have many small parts on one dxf drawing and I want to use every part of the expensive wood.
Also when some work went wrong, I could easily mill one part of the multiple parts again.
This was my workflow:
1. choose a part to mill and set the xy to zero by simply clicking on the lower left of the part. (after choosing 'zet zero')
2. save the file with only 1 toolpath of the part to mill
3. set the router to the point on the wood and zero
Now I have to position the mouse on the part of the drawing and remember the x and y position.
then go to work setup and click on offset and enter the values
It is doable of course but I was spoiled with an easier way. (now I'm spoiled with Cut2D, never looked back
But am I overlooking an existing option in Cut2d Desktop to enter the current mouse position in the xy fields instead of remembering them??