[Bf-committers] Keyboard Shortcuts
makslane at game-editor.com
Sat Feb 20 20:46:22 CET 2010
Hi All, I'm reading this list every day and this is my first post (it will be just a user opinion not a developer opinion) I'm a big fan of Blender (and want to use it in the evolution of my project - http://game-editor.com :-) ) and I think the keyboard and mouse changes suggested by Reynish will be a great addiction to the Blender. Game Editor didn't follow the industry standards and it was a very bad thing. By using a more clever way to organize the shortcuts and mouse actions will help new users to understand better the Blender. Regards, Makslane
> Date: Sat, 20 Feb 2010 10:05:01 -0500
> From: rick at firefang.com
> To: bf-committers at blender.org
> Subject: [Bf-committers] Keyboard Shortcuts
> So Alpha 1 is out, and things are getting pretty exciting. I've
> noticed, though, that Reynish's suggested default input bindings
> haven't been implemented yet. They seem like great suggestions, so I
> was just curious, is that still in the cards?
> I'd also like to make a suggestion. Blender 2.5 has that wonderful new
> quad-view which locks the top, front, and right axes. This is great,
> because in 2.49 I spent half my time accidentally rotating my views and
> resetting them.
> However, this also means that, most of the time, the middle-mouse button
> doesn't do anything without a keyboard modifier. It would be more
> efficient if the unmodified middle mouse button was used to pan.
> There's also a lot of precedence for this behaviour, such as in Gimp and
> Inkscape, which would make it easier to adapt when using multiple programs.
> Luckily I can configure Blender to act this way now, which is great, but
> I do think Reynish's ambition to improve the default bindings is a noble
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