231 put object to a new layer

the old way(not too old way, it’s probably 230, I am not sure.)
I remember I’ve been moving object to the other layer by selecting it,
hit m, 2, 2 so that I could quickly move to a new place to focus on a new issue, (here’s: you are working on layer one for a while, you want take one of the object to layer 2, you select it, m-2-2, very fast, you are there.)

with 231, you do: select m-2-‘Ok’-2, a bit slower to me. Is there a reason to change?

It used to be m-2-enter to move to layer 2; I believe it got changed accidentally at some point. m-2 is faster than m-2-enter, but not if you hit 3 by mistake. Then you have to go to layer 3, hunt down your object (this gets really fun it it’s some little curve that you’re using for a pipe or rope) and bring it back to layer 2. Overall, m-2-enter ends up being faster and less annoying. You can go m-3(by mistake), then hit 2, and enter, and everything ends up fine and dandy.

Well, that’s my long winded answer.
Matt

And without the Enter confirmation, you cannot move to multiple layers.

Martin

I do miss the Layer buttons in the Edit buttons window though… it was easy to tell which layer the object was assigned to. Maybe I am just overlooking them??

It’s in the Object buttons now (F7).

Martin

You can move to multiple layers? :o

Wow, I learn something new every day!