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Old 04-08-2006, 05:34 PM   #1
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Default Hotkey (Shift + x ) ?

Is there anyway I can set the shift key plus another key for hotkeys
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Old 04-08-2006, 07:14 PM   #2
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sure... just hit shift when you enter the letter you want to assign a process to...

for example, in my hotkey menu, if i press small 'o' and hit query, it says that it's assigned to 'PolyBrushMarkingMenu'.

if i query capital 'O', it says it's assigned to nothing.
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:blush: mmm your right i was tryingto type shift+

Is there any way to have different hotkeys in the modelling menu then in for say the animate menu ?
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i'm pretty sure they're universal... so no. but you could add ctrl or alt or both to your heart's content, especially since now you know you can use caps instead of lower case...
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