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Autodesk: Maya Shortcuts & Hotkey Guide
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Autodesk: Maya Shortcuts & Hotkey Guide
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Autodesk has created and made available a guide detailing 150+ Maya Keyboard Shortcuts. The Maya Shortcuts & Hotkey Guide is available in a printable format and downloadable by PDF.  The guide is broken into One-Key Shortcuts, Shortcut Commands by Category, and Pane Specific Commands. Also included is an example keyboard overlay and shortcuts which need to be used in tandem with a mouse.

 

Using these shortcuts will make tackling simple and even more complicated projects far easier and more efficient. Newer and longtime users are likely to find this guide extremely useful.

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     I am using Autodesk Maya 2012 and it is really annoying for me to use the MMB click + alt to move into the second space and they were used to cinema4D and I want to keep my previous settings but when I go in the hotkeys editor in Maya I do not see how you can change the shortcuts.UK essays help

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