Hey everyone! New Blender guy here. Glad to meet you all.
I’ve got a question that’s probably been answered a thousand times before, but since I can’t find any info on the subject via googling, I figured starting a new thread was the way to go.
For reference, I’m using a recent Bmesh trunk build of Blender 2.62. So recent, that it was only up for 4 minutes when I grabbed myself a copy off Graphicall.org.
I’m a Modo guy, but after seeing some of the recent changes and additions made to Blender, I thought it’d be a good time to give it a spin. Now I want to change my hotkeys in Blender to match Modo as closely as possible. So far, I’ve met with limited success. I’ve got my navigation keys down, but there are some things I’m having a bit of trouble changing. Double left-clicking to select an edge loop being the one that’s giving me the most trouble. It doesn’t seem I can define double-clicks at all through the user preferences. Or if I can, it isn’t presenting the option to me in an obvious manner.
Is it possible? If so, how?
Secondly, I want to define the new knife tool to the C key. I can find the tool through the spacebar search menu, but not in the user preferences. I’m thinking that since it’s new addition, I’ll probably have to add it in myself. Unfortunately, I have no idea on how to go about doing that.
Thirdly, is it possible to set toggling between vertices, edges, and faces using the spacebar key?
And lastly, is there a way I can search through the various hotkeys for conflicts? This would make my redefining job a helluva lot easier.
I know. I should get used to the default Blender setup. But I’m so muscle memory trained to doing things a certain way, it’d take me forever to readjust. Being able to redefine as many keys as I can would help ease me into it so much easier.
Thanks in advanced.