Okay, you all are going to think I’m nuts for having the audacity to call this a useful plugin. Heh. However, I think once you hear what drove me to write this, you’ll understand.
First off, it’s 1am in the morning, I’m tired. Secondly, I’ve just switched to a new laptop to do my work on. It’s a Toshiba Tablet PC. (M-200, to be more specific. I know some of you are curious about Tablet PCs, feel free to fire away questions.) Toshiba, in their infinite wisdom, put the tilde key RIGHT NEXT to my spacebar. :banghead: So, frequently, I go to rotate my model, and I end up drawing a curve right across the viewport. :banghead: :banghead:
It’s simple enough for me to remap this keyboard. Problem is, I keep hitting this key elsewhere and not getting the desired effect. So I’m trying a Pavlovian study to see if I can train myself to stop hitting that key and, instead, move one over so I’m hitting the Alt-key. So… I wrote an Lscript that simply throws up an error message that says “There is no plugin here, move along”. I figure if I keep bumping into that, eventually I’ll learn to hit the right key.
So, here it is:
This is a VERY simple LScript. Even if you’ve never messed with LScript in your life, it’s pretty easy to open up in Notepad and change the message to whatever you want to say. just add it like you would any other program and map it to whatever key that you find pesters you. With any luck, it’ll train you to stop using it. If not, then … well I’m sorry I wasted your time.
Enjoy, or ignore. It’s not like I spent more than 2 minutes on it.