I pressed Shift-Ctrl-Alt-Z and got this pop-up menu called ¨Swapbuffer¨ wih many options in it, somebody care to explain what they are for?
looks like a debugging tool
which seems to have been around for a while, it was in 2.25
Ctrl-Alt-T, another one to confuse you.
Atlt-Ctrl-T at least was explained in the 2.28 user guide:
¨ ALT-CTRL+TKEY. TimerMenu. This menu offers access to information about drawing speed. The results are displayed in the console.¨ http://download.blender.org/documentation/html228/x9405.html
and into the new reference manual:
¨ALT-CTRL-T. TimerMenu. This menu offers access to information about drawing speed. The results are displayed in a pop-up.¨
But Alt-Shift-Ctrl-Z is nowhere to be found… I found a criptic C source file that mentions SWAPBUFFER, but for me it is written in Elvish.
it is a debug menu for controlling how the screen is redrawn on win and linux.
SwapBuffer is an OpenGL method of drawing where you use 2 buffers, one displayed on screen, one where you draw. Once finished you exchange them (hence swap). This works nicely on SGI and on Os X but win had some problem with original method.
This is legacy code for devs, not usefull unless debuging