changing key commands in Nuke?

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Old 02 February 2011   #1
changing key commands in Nuke?

It drives me crazy that Nuke uses command-Y for redo on the Mac instead of command-shift Z, which every other program except Word uses so I am wondering if there's a way to change this.

edit: nevermind - just used iKey to make an-specific remap:

http://www.can-con.ca/tumblrpics/ikeynukefix.png

Normally you could use the Keyboard system preference to add one manually but the menu name changes to reflect the action, so it didn't work.

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Old 02 February 2011   #2
Adding/changing hotkeys is a little bit of a pita. You have to find the python command and map it to a hotkey in your menu.py.
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Old 02 February 2011   #3
thx - this workaround is good. iKey is a great little app for stuff like this.
 
Old 03 March 2011   #4
Once you get used to it it isn't too hard to just add a line to your menu.py, and it is covered fairly well in the docs.

I am glad The Foundry is working on more time saving tools, but simpler customization would be a great thing to see down the line.
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