[Bf-funboard] a redo key shortcut
frédéric van der essen
fred at mentalwarp.com
Sun Mar 13 21:31:22 CET 2005
> frédéric van der essen wrote:
>> that would be excellent, but the second solution don't work for the
>> 'instantaneous actions' like subdivde, merge, remove double, etc...
>> that's why i would prefer a redo tool :)
>> But whitch key is still available ? not many...
>> maybe a mouse gesture ?
>> Jonathan Schroder wrote:
>>> hi all
>>> I'm realising that having to do ctrl+e+click several times to rotate an
>>> edge the proper way (have to try it 2-3 times to decide what's the best
>>> orientation) is a bit difficult.
>>> Also, I've realised that pressing E+clic several times when doing
>>> successive extrusions is annoying.
>>> Hence I would propose either of these (i prefer the second one):
>>> -a new shortcut(no alt/ctrl-thing.. just a letter to press) which does
>>> the last action again (the command's name would be "redo")
>>> -a tickable option which makes that every (or chosen) action in edit
>>> mode is repeated indefinitely until one right-clicks(ex: keep extruding
>>> until one presses right button)
>>> Hasn't this already been issued?
>>> Bf-funboard mailing list
>>> Bf-funboard at projects.blender.org
> Well, I just coded something very much like this for HE mesh. . .which
> has a proper command history. but normal mesh does not (yet).
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Are you talking about the macro tool ? It is really useful in deed, but
the "redo tool" would be complementary to the macro tool. Macro would be
for complex recordings and the redo is just a repeat last entry in
history, Currently to merge at cursor you need to click a lot, not so
bad when you do it once, but with that you could just hit a key to do it
once again. But maybe you have already thought about that :)
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