Q100123: Setting custom keyboard shortcuts in MODO
This article explains the process to change MODO keyboard shortcuts via the Input Editor.
For a list of all default keyboard shortcuts, please see Appendix A: Keyboard Shortcuts of the online documentation.
You can edit existing shortcuts or add new ones by using the Input Editor, which can be found under the System menu.
Specifies what context that shortcut applies to, such as different layouts or whether in Item or Component mode.
Different filters for the list of shortcuts. The options are:
- Keyboard Shortcuts
Allows further filtering of the list:
- Keyboard/Mouse & Keyboard
Show Unmapped Keys:
Filters whether the shortcut list include unassigned keys or not.
HOW TO MAP A SHORTCUT
Depending on the filters/views you will either have the option to change the trigger itself or the command a particular trigger has.
One is called Bind Event, which is used for trigger events such as navigation and accepts a mouse click with or without a modifier, such as Ctrl-Left Click
The other is called Change Key Command, which is used to assign a predefined key a specific command, such as the render command: Render
Keywords: Input Editor, hotkey, shortcut, keyboard shortcut, customisation
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