Mapping a Keystroke

There are three things you need to do in the Keyboard Setup dialog box to map a keystroke:

  1. Identify a keystroke
  2. Identify one or more commands
  3. Link the keystroke to the commands

With the Design Tool's Keyboard Setup dialog box, you can identify either the keystroke or the action first, but the linking process must be the final step.

Keyboard settings can be saved to a settings file (.dtool) with other configuration information.

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Bullet Mapping the keyboard