And thanks for responding. I already hide the command bar with g, m. It's just not necessary once you memorize the shortcuts, and the keyboard shortcuts take little time indeed. And I gain another "row" of screen display by moving the "Options arrow" to the line above it.
QCad actually has a very nice interface and once you get your head wrapped around it, you become more productive than in AutoCAD LT. Yesterday I banged out a technical drawing in 2.5 hours that would have taken me 4+ in LT.
Regarding the Options arrow......I just reset it when I start up. It's not an big issue, it's just a personal preference nuisance. Any *.0 release is going to have some glitches.....I understand that. Please know that no one is upset on my end. It's a good CAD package.
I do hope the snap density issue gets escalated and repaired.....that one is an important operational issue in a key area of any CAD system, and will likely affect most QCad users.
But the others can be considered as "UI personal preferences", and in my book, those are low priority.
In my personal change over, I appreciate your assistance. It's went far smoother than I expected.
Sincerely and respectfully,