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@molino: no i didn’t know CTRL+TAB. but now i can choose directly between vert, edge and face wit 1 2 and 3, and i don’t need ctrl+TAB. I did the same with the pivot: center/cursor choosen directly with 0 and 9 key… those are the features i use VERY VERY often, and it allows me gaining hours & confort in modeling.
Now in the same way, i come to ask wether or not it’s possible to have a key for toggling between modes
what i want is using the ‘>’ key ( the one aside the left shift ) for toggling between 2 snapping modes i use very often: increment and vertex.
This would mean that in the settings windows for shortcuts, there should be some conditionnal setup:
when current snapping setup is VERTEX, pressing the > key sets it to INCREMENT.
when current snapping setup is not VERTEX, pressing the > key sets it to VERTEX.
any idea ?
If this is not possible ( because of the conditionnal thing ) i think i’ll use the ‘)’ and ‘=’ keys for switching between the 2 snapping modes. In this case, could anybody please give me some clue on the values to setup in the new shortcut fields ?
thanks a lot !
and have nice blends !
EDIT: i know that the snapping menu shortcut is CTRL+SHIFT+TAB, but i want it smarter & faster with a direct shortcut