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Shortcuts to specific modes

Keith Hadland


I've been mulling over the pros and cons of being able to assign keyboard shortcuts more precisely, so they take you to specific configurations of a tool rather than to the tool as last used - so as a very basic example you could set two different key combinations for 'offset original' and 'offset duplicate'.

Of course the complexity comes with defining which modes are assigned when using the shortcut and which are left floating (eg. offset distance in the above example) - and the workspace editor implementation to do it would be tricky.

Any thoughts? Useful idea or am I just getting frustrated after a long week spent hitting U,I, O & P?

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