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Old 13-10-2008, 09:51 PM   #1
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Default how edit zbrush interface?

i havent used this thing in so long...

anyone know how to edit the interface? i want a button or a pallette containing my most used brushes as icons on the side or by pressing a button like the space bar. and the save tool button on the bottom . i remember you could drag things around of some sort...?
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is there a way to assign hotkeys to a particular brush? inflate to "i" move to "m" etc..
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Old 14-10-2008, 03:52 AM   #2
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Why dont you just email me in future for this type of thing Vlad you have in the past! Or just go to Zbrush Central for EVERYTHING, saves me a job of typing LOL

Go to preferences, custom UI then hit enable custom, you can then select drag your icons or whatever with the ctrl key.

Also its worth making a default document size. Go to Document then set your size for your canvas then save the document as StartupDocument.ZBR in your zstartup folder in the Pixologic folder. Then go to prefs pallete again once you are done with everything and hit Config>Save UI

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hold down Ctrl and click on the button or interface item you want to assign a hotkey to. A message should appear in the Notebar saying you can assign a hotkey. Press the key combination of your choice. To make sure that the hotkey remains available you must Store or Save it in Preferences:Hotkeys. Store is for Startup, Save for Custom.


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Why dont you just email me in future for this type of thing Vlad you have in the past!
Because we get to see the answer too, even though I don't have Zbrush. Happy sculpting and all that other good stuff
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perfect. the sore hotkey is useful. i knew this would be possible.


thanks Jay. ill PM you in the future

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I only say that because he usually emails me direct LOL, I dont mind sharing otherwise....

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Hey no problem lol, I was just poking for the hell of it :blush:
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Nothing like a good poke eh

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