[Bf-committers] Re: [Bf-blender-cvs] CVS commit: Loop selection
Sat, 25 Oct 2003 11:28:06 +0200
Just remebered J is used to join tri's in edit mode so that one's out... But
K is still possible.
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From: "ilac" <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, October 25, 2003 11:21 AM
Subject: [Bf-blender-cvs] CVS commit: Loop selection
> I've complained about this several, several (well, ok just 3 ;o) )
> occasions on elysiun and never got a direct reply (except Martin letting
> know it was pointed out to Roel)
> Why the insistance on using the SHIFT key (Shift-R) for loop select? Shift
> is an add-to modifier key for selections. It would make sense to use shift
> to add/Remove more loops to the selection. Experimenting in Tuhopuu is
> coz that's what it's there for but now it's been commited to the official
> tree too...
> Could we please have an alternative hotkey before the official release.
> you need an alternative, how about 'J'. It isn't used in Edit mode afaik.
> That gives you
> J = select loop,
> CTRLJ = cut and
> ShiftJ = add/remove loops even with other selections already present.
> Or use 'K'.
> K = brings up the knife menu,
> Ctrl-K = loop cut,
> Alt K = loop select,
> Alt Shift K = add/remove.
> Though it might make more more sense to make K = loop select, and Alt K =
> knife menu, so as to avoid a 3 key hotkey for the add/remove as now that
> becomes shift K instead of Shift Alt K)
> I'm really sorry to be complaining, I really love the loop select and cut
> tools (Thanks Roel! :o) ) But using shift here doesn't seem in any way
> logical to me!