[Bf-education] Key Display in Blender?

Ronald Mourant mourant at gmail.com
Mon Sep 5 13:06:09 CEST 2011

Hi Nick,

Go to:

Download the py file and put it in Blender's addons folder.

I have not used it in teaching but it certainly is useful for making
tutorials.  I'm taking Andrew Price's Nature Academy and find it very

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Boston, Massachusetts

Ronald R. Mourant, Ph.D.
Director, M.S. Computer Systems Engineering
Professor Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
617 373 3931
mourant at coe.neu.edu

On Mon, Sep 5, 2011 at 1:59 AM, Nicholas Jainschigg <njainsch at risd.edu>wrote:

> Hi,
> This is a technical question about what I think is an add-on for Blender
> that might be very useful for teaching.
> I was watching a video by BlenderGuru (Andrew Price) and he briefly
> mentioned having to turn on a little widget in Blender that would display
> the key combinations in a corner of the Blender interface. I'd seen these
> displays before, but always assumed they were only visible in a recorded
> screencast, not in real-time.
> So, my question is, is there such an add-on and where might it be
> available? Have any of you used key-display widgets or add-ons in your
> teaching? If so, were they useful or did they obscure parts of the screen
> and make things distracting?
> Nick J.
> Associate Professor of Illustration, RI School of Design
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