I’m a french blender user. I’ve worked my way around blender for a couple of years. I never interrested myself to python scripting cause i was busy enough learning the basics of blender.:eyebrowlift2:
But for a long while now, since the 2.5series are released, i am experiencing a unconfortable problem. My numpad emulation is not working.
Why??? This i have just found out. I’m working on a laptop under fedora with a azerty keyboard!
Blender beeing develloped in Inglish only i am done!
So i found a wonderfull shortcut Ctrl Alt Q!
That was a real releaf! I could switch to a "perfect front view and not just the best approximation i could get with my mmb.
Then i found this script http://blenderclan.tuxfamily.org/html/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=27218&forum=2
But i still don’t have what i want!!!
I want my emulat numpad back ;)!
I’ve been thinking about it for a couple of days… I’ve watched and read a few tutorials about python.
But i’m still not exactely shure how to write a script.
I would like to write a script that would let mee use my &é"’(-è_çà) keys and use them as the 1234567890 key’s on a qwerty keyboard.
I need to enable non ascii input’s
#-- coding: cp1252 --
then i should translate &é"’(-è_çà)= to 1234567890
from string import maketrans
create two variables
azerty = “”"&é"’(-è_çà)="""
qwerty = “”“1234567890"”"
conversion = maketrans(azerty,qwerty)
and then i have to go back to work and studie more python to find out a way to get that to work so that i can finaly use the emulat numpad to work!!!
That’s just as far as i can get for the moment!
Hopefully i will go further in the scripting world!