Shortcut to toggle the Left viewport panel:
viewport.hide ?+ tag LayoutMODOXXCentrePanelLeftTabsVPTag left LayoutMODOXXCentrePanelLeftVPKey
Shortcut to toggle the Right viewport panel:
viewport.hide ?+ tag LayoutMODOXXCentrePanelTabsVPTag right LayoutMODOXXCentrePanelVPKey
N.B. These commands are one line.
Set the shortcut using the Input Editor under the System menu.
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.
In Modo you can make inactive Meshes either Wireframe or the same as the active Meshes. This usually involves going into the 3D Viewport Properties via the ‘o’ key, you can assign a shortcut but what if you want a shortcut that toggles the behavior well you can do that too by using ‘?+‘ which is the toggle instruction for all boolean commands.
So in the Map to shortcut dialog use this instead of the given TRUE or FALSE
Select you preferred key and off you go.
I work with lots of different image formats in my work and I often need to quickly view them in one program and then edit in another. The context menu in Windows 10 allows you to pick, initially, an Open with program optionally. It doesn’t easily allow you to pick an Edit with program. To this end I did a search online and found this recommended, tried it liked it, and so I am sharing with you.