Keyboard Combinations in Blender (Vol. I)

The version of 2.5 Blender caused us great impact with respect to interface change. Many of us were lost with its functionalities and we did not know where the operations we normally used were located.

It changed from this:

to this:

Obviously, the change was radical and above all, positive to attract more users. Although in theory a bit late (2 years), I provide a guide with the main keyboard combinations for Blender 2.5x and 2.6x.

Some operations are well known, others not so much. I even offer you those that barely came out now with version 2.66. Clarified that the symbol "|" that I use, as in programming, represents the logical OR operator.

I structured the combinations according to the following order: Basics, General, Movement, Navigation, Selection, Object Editing, Curve Editing, Work Modes, Animation y Rendering.

I recommend you for a better understanding and learning, open Blender and go testing them independently. Because there are several, I offer them in a series of packages that I will gradually post.

Basics

New project Ctrl + N
Select Right click
Panoramic Movement Hold Central Click + Move Mouse
Zoom Mouse Wheel Sliding | Numpad + | Numpad-
Add Object Shift+A
Delete X | delete
Find a function Virtual
Toolbar T
Properties N
Save Ctrl + S
Open Ctrl + O
Open Recent Ctrl+Shift+O
Append Shift + F1
Fullscreen mode Alt + F11
Maximize Subwindow Shift + Space | Ctrl + Up Arrow
Minimize Subwindow Shift + Space | Ctrl + Down Arrow
Step back Ctrl + Z
Step forward Ctrl+Shift+Z
Close CTRL+Q

Taken from humans.


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  1.   Gabriel said

    Please, a tutorial to get started in blender… 😀

    1.    Lolo said

      I don't have a tutorial but I have a free course:

      http://www.ite.educacion.es/formacion/materiales/181/cd/

      It's the best I have found.

  2.   obux said

    Very good data ... it served me a lot .. greetings

  3.   franc said

    I pass you my channel on YouTube I uploaded several tutorials (Y)
    If you have any questions, send me to the mail (Y)