To quickly space out items in the Item List in Modo you can use the Curve Transform Tool under the Duplicate Tab in the Model Palette F2 shortcut.
In this video William Vaughan demonstrates how to use:
This one is too easy but I never got it so:
Select the Curve in Poly mode (3 key) then hit F to flip.
Boom the curve direction is reversed, F is used to Flip the polygon faces so I would never have guessed but when you know it makes sense.
This little experimental beta command allows one to drag elements within the MODO UI for placement.
Fire it in the command line to use.
Using the Polygon Bridge tool you can
left click drag to adjust the number of segments in the bridge sweep.
This is a pretty intuitive workflow and easier than using the toolbox spinner.
Clicking and dragging in the Viewport to control the Bevel without using the Widget:
Scale: Left — Right Transform: Up — Down
I wonder how practical it is to use my mobile phone for writing quick notes whilst underway.
So this dear reader is naught but a test.
The dictation system on the phone works quite well so this is another possibility also typing with their slide keyboard is pretty good too.
Okay it is a possibility good to know although I will rarely have the need.
The pen tool in MODO is pretty powerful and come with a lot of of shortcuts as noted below:
I recently had occasion to reset the CTRL R key in MODO
which repeats the last command. It isn’t the easiest command to find and so I am making a note of it on here:
cmds.fireAgain uiCmds:false selectionCmds:false
Searching for last or repeat obviously wont help you find this esoteric beauty.