[Bf-funboard] Just out of interest: DEL and C
psyborgue at mac.com
Tue Mar 20 21:38:30 CET 2007
On Mar 20, 2007, at 7:31 AM, Roland Hess wrote:
>> But all of this is moot if the fabled "event refactor" gets
>> finished. Really this time? I'll believe it when I see
>> it :P ... That and the damn curve bug.
> I disagree that it's moot, and that simply allowing users to make a
> patchwork of their keyboards is the silver bullet for issues like
> this. It is EXACTLY things like this that need to be considered in
> any overall address of the UI. How are people really using Blender?
> How well does that fit with the current UI? How should the UI
> change to better fit the way that people use the tools?
> I'm "rah rah!" for divorcing event handling from the line-by-line
> code, but it's not going to solve any of these problems by itself.
I agree. And in an educational setting, teachers rarely ever change
the default keys (which is why they should be good in the first place)
I like the defaults now (except for a few keys such as the mentioned
"c" key). If i was that fed up with them i'd just modify my source.
One could argue, that users, as long as they build their own blender,
already have custom keyboard schemes.
> Of course, maybe once it's done, some UI democracy can take place
> -- people can come up with what they think are good schemes, and
> then bribe prominent artists to start using and hawking their
> keyboard maps!
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