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Active TypingThis is a tool that pop's up a line edit where the user can execute predefined commands or python code. Commands can be added in: - mayacommands.py - companycommands.py - usercommands_Jos.py
Download and unrar the folder in Maya's script path (C:\Users\Jos\Documents\maya\scripts\ActiveTyping\).
To run it, execute this code in the Maya script editor [code] from ActiveTyping import activeTyping; activeTyping.show(True) [/code]
To add a hotkey/shortcut go to Window -> Settings/Preferences -> Hotkey Editor and add a new python hotkey in the user section.