Pie Menu Editor 1.15.7

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(roaoao) #1643

Pie Menu Editor 1.15.7


What’s New:

  • Latest Blender 2.8 Builds Support

How to Update:

  • Backup your pie menus using Export button (optional).
  • Open User Preferences (ctrl+alt+U).
  • Go to the Add-Ons tab.
  • Click Install Add-on from File button, navigate to the file you downloaded and install it.
  • Restart Blender.

(fjg3d) #1644

Thanks for the update and supporting 2.8.

Btw, do you know if it is possible to make a hotkey that will switch between trackball/turntable orbit style for the camera (user prefs> input)?


(StroBlend) #1645

By the way guys did you saw they removed the preferences as an editor type in 2.8, so we can’t have anymore the ability to configure the addon without juggling between floating preferences windows and main windows. It also deserve other things like theming design imo.
Do you think Roaoao you could re-introduce this feature later in 2.8 ?

I made a feedback on devtalk site, so please update the post or claim it should be back:

Also on rightclick select site for a thumb up:


(roaoao) #1646

Use this path in Property tab:

C.user_preferences.inputs.view_rotate_method

(roaoao) #1647

I hope so. By adding some custom editor for example.


(anphung) #1648

Where can I find more of these commands?


(roaoao) #1649

You can find short paths in python tooltips. Eg: UserPreferencesInput.view_rotate_method.
To enable python tooltips go to File - User Preferences - Interface - Python Tooltips.

Here is a list of full paths for user preferences:

UserPreferences - C.user_preferences
UserPreferencesEdit - C.user_preferences.edit
UserPreferencesFilePaths - C.user_preferences.filepaths
UserPreferencesInput - C.user_preferences.inputs
UserPreferencesSystem - C.user_preferences.system
UserPreferencesView - C.user_preferences.view

(Pinhead) #1650

Thanks for the update and supporting 2.8.


(saunam) #1651

Hi roaoao,

I am trying to add the “Choose Screen layout” and I get the “can’t add this widget” message.

Is there any way to do it?

Thanks


(roaoao) #1652

Some complex widgets can be added only manually.
You can use this code in Custom tab:

L.template_ID(C.window, "screen", new="screen.new", unlink="screen.delete")

Or this in Command tab:

bpy.ops.pme.screen_set(name="Default")

name - is the screen name