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Oh Pick Me, Pick Me, Pick Me” like a little kid being wanting to be chosen for the dodgeball game in gym class.
This has to be one of the most common of all AutoCAD questions and issues encountered by AutoCAD users. They become puzzled when this system variable is set to 0 by accident, errant Lisp or script or perhaps evil coworkers messing with them. The most common clue is their Delete key and double click and Layer control are not working.
The solution while not obvious is an easy fix.
Set your PICKFIRST system variable to 1. You do this by entering PICKFIRST at the command line.
The other most common is AutoCAD dialogs not working and that is due to FILEDIA variable set to 0 to instead of 1.