[Bf-committers] Tool macro/construction history UI

Johnny Matthews johnny.matthews at gmail.com
Mon Mar 14 15:13:13 CET 2005

Also being able to save off a tool macro would be great! Esp. if it 
could be in an encapsulated file like a photoshop action. Then you could 
have a folder for macros that autoload when you start blender for a 
custom toolset. People could then share their macros easily without 
having to mess with anything but a small macro definition file. Whatcha 


joeedh wrote:

> Hi.  At the moment I am concentrating on making my code Euler-corrent, 
> with lukep's help.
> However, I think it would be a good idea to begin designing the UI for 
> the tool macro interface.  essentually you should be able to, with the 
> UI, do the following things:
> * Make/delete sets of tool macros.
> * View tool macros as blocks, and have the ability to re-arrange their 
> ordering and edit their argument strings.
> * Have the ability to manually add new blocks to the macro.
> * and whatever else can be thought of.
> Currently, the tool macro interface works as following:
> You start recording a macro with ALT-CTRL-R, and end it with 
> ALT-CTRL-R.  You execute a tool with TKEY, and enter Tool Paint mode 
> with CTRL-T.
> Not the most tweakable think in the universe, is it.
> Matt: if you could give this some thought, I would much appreciate 
> it.  I think you've become the defacto Master Of All Things GUI in 
> blender ;)
> joeedh
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