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- May 10 2018, 12:08 AM (53 w, 6 d)
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Regarding the "standardness" of this, I would like to point out that at least Davinci resolve has a menu similar to this, it reads "DaVinci Resolve" and has options such as Preferences, keyboard customization, etc.
Mar 30 2019
Mar 29 2019
Does this preserve the ability to double tap G key in edit mode to slide elements?
Mar 7 2019
Project settings / format sound weird for me also, because blender projects are a very broad thing (i. e. one could expect to find units settings under such a a panel). How about something like Output Specifications or Render Specifications?
Feb 25 2019
Maybe this shouldn't be under "viewport display" subpanel, but under a depth order one, since "viewport display" seemps to imply this will only affect how it is shown in the viewport, not how it will be rendered.
Feb 16 2019
+1 for return key (and i've never used mac...). In windows, After effects uses it that way and it works well, and it's a prominent key we're not currently using.
Feb 14 2019
Quoted Text At least, until there is no "M5" ability we are talking about.
What's the use case for moving object to "Scene collection" root? As far as I can see that's not something one should be doing often, so maybe that option souldn't even in the M menu? I know that's a different discussión from the problem at hand here, but it would also solve it.
Feb 13 2019
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Jan 16 2019
I'm just not sure how it got there in the first place.
Probably by hitting Ctrl+Numpad 0 with the object selected, or with the menu comand "Set active object as camera"
Dec 5 2018
Nov 29 2018
Yeah, it definitely seems like a bug, it falls into a strange state. If you enable x-ray, you can select edges, but without it you can't, bizarre.
Nov 28 2018
How about a toggle to show/hide the viewport visibility column in the outliner? Similar to the after effects toggles for showing/hidding blend modes columns and others. Hidden by default.
Nov 21 2018
Hope I'm not being annoying but in case it helps, I also noticed Alt + Wheel is no longer assigned to frame offset.
Were the view orbit shortcuts (shift+alt+mmb up/down and ctrl+alt+mmb up/down) changed or eliminated? They're not working here and I can't find them in input preferences.
Nov 14 2018
I think items 1 and 3 from the Empty Image Tasks are done. The only one missing is "Single sided display", which is imho the only feature missing to make image empties work great as background images.
@Campbell Barton (campbellbarton) I think Ctrl-Shift-Tab (Snap Element Menu) is actually back. And "toggle fullscreen area). Use Ctrl-Alt-Space" I think is not yet implemented
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Oct 17 2018
Actually, Alt+D is used in edit mode, it's the "extend vertices" operator. Also Q in 2.8 calls the quick favorites.
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Oct 1 2018
Small suggestion in regards to the pivot point pie menu. I think the two most used pivot point settings are "median point" (the default one) and "3d cursor" so it would make things faster if they were on opposing sides, and "active element" is, I think, much more often used than "bounding box center", so it would be nice if it was placed on one of the main directions, opposing "individual origins".
Sep 24 2018
Sep 23 2018
This is great! Any chance to have the drag-triggers-pie behaviour Campbell implemented for a while during the code quest back? I think the Ideal would be able to assign one of the options of each pie menu to it's trigger key, and only have the pie menu show when dragging, so for example if a user tends to use mainly, say, "smooth" falloff in proportional editing, he/she might set the "o" key to togle between proportional on with smooth falloff and proportional off, and use o+drag when he/she needs to set other types of fallof.
Sep 15 2018
In 2.8 there's a "Camera lock" subpanel of the "view" panel in the sidebar, but as I understand it, two of it's tree options don't involve the active camera at all but just the view, I find it a bit confusing: "Lock to object" and "Lock to 3d cursor" under "Camera Lock" seem to imply the camera is the one to be locked. Maybe "View lock" would be better, since the only option actually involving the camera ("Lock Camera to view") does mention it, though maybe some other more comprehensive name could be found.
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May 30 2018
Looking good! Im curious, if Comma will switch orientation, will there be a new shortcut involving the comma to set a custom transform orientation? Or will it remain ctrl+alt+space?
May 10 2018
Hi! I'd like to point out that the § symbol is absent from many popular keyboard layouts so, if possible, I think it would be better if some other more universally accessible symbol was used. Maybe "+=" like some softwares use?