The number of Most Recently Used files that show at the bottom of the file menu can be modified on the General panel of the Preferences dialog.
The Snap Grid and the Reference Grid fulfill two different purposes and can be manipulated independently in the Plan Defaults dialog.
The Status Bar is found at the bottom of the Chief Architect program window and displays information about the current state of the program.
Right clicking on an object will bring up a contextual menu containing all of the edit tools available for that particular type of object. Contextual menus can be turned off in your preferences.
By default, the ten most recent actions can be Undone and Redone. If you would like to increase or decrease this number, you can do so in Preferences.
If a column such as the Code column appears to be missing, it has been resized so that it can't be seen and simply needs to be resized again.
Arc centers and endpoints can be useful to dimension the radius or diameter of an arc. This setting can be toggled in the CAD Defaults dialog.
To move, rotate, or otherwise edit an object slowly when using its edit handles, select the object and then click the Accurate Move edit button.
Set up new hotkeys and keyboard shortcuts or customize existing ones by using the Customize Hotkeys option from the Tools menu.
The Fillet Two Lines and Chamfer Two Lines edit buttons allow you to add fillets, or curves, and chamfers, or angled edges, to the corners of CAD objects.