Repeat last command

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Larry
Mar 29, 2005
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Is there a key/shortcut to repeat the exact last command you ran? eg: flip horizontal.
You can with filters etc.. is it possible with other things too? It’s a VERY handy thing to have, Alias have done it with maya and it speeds certain tasks
up so much.

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Tacit
Mar 29, 2005
In article <d2btgf$8qc$1$>,
"oli" wrote:

Is there a key/shortcut to repeat the exact last command you ran? eg: flip horizontal.
You can with filters etc.. is it possible with other things too? It’s a VERY handy thing to have, Alias have done it with maya and it speeds certain tasks
up so much.

Not for all commands.

You can repeat a command such as Curves, Levels, Selective Color, and so on by holding down the ALT (Mac: OPTION) key on the keyboard when you select the command or its key shortcut (for example, to repeat the same Curves command again, hold down ALT-CONTROL-M), but that’s about it.


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edjh
Mar 29, 2005
oli wrote:
Is there a key/shortcut to repeat the exact last command you ran? eg: flip horizontal.
You can with filters etc.. is it possible with other things too? It’s a VERY handy thing to have, Alias have done it with maya and it speeds certain tasks
up so much.
If you flip something by using Transform (Command-T) you can repeat it endlessly for any object by hitting Command-Shift-T. That’s Ctrl-T for Windows.

Use Command-Option-Shift -T to step and repeat any Transform. Ctrl-Alt-Shift=T for Windows.


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Larry
Mar 30, 2005
Cheers for that. It is what i was after.

"edjh" wrote in message
oli wrote:
Is there a key/shortcut to repeat the exact last command you ran? eg:
flip
horizontal.
You can with filters etc.. is it possible with other things too? It’s a VERY handy thing to have, Alias have done it with maya and it
speeds
certain tasks
up so much.
If you flip something by using Transform (Command-T) you can repeat it endlessly for any object by hitting Command-Shift-T. That’s Ctrl-T for Windows.

Use Command-Option-Shift -T to step and repeat any Transform. Ctrl-Alt-Shift=T for Windows.


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http://www.sover.net/~hannigan/edjh.html
Comics art for sale:
http://www.sover.net/~hannigan/batsale.html

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