QuickShortcutEditor v1.2

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Contributor: Max van Leeuwen
Quickly change keyboard hotkeys for all nuke nodes and menu items.
11.0, 10.5, 10.0, 9.0, 8.0, 7.1, 7.0, 6.3, 6.2, 6. or later
Linux, Mac, Windows
28 Sep 2018

QuickShortcutEditor - Max van Leeuwen - maxvanleeuwen.com


Quickly change keyboard hotkeys for all nuke nodes or menu items.
This is what the text file where the keyboard shortcuts can be assigned looks like:

nuke keyboard hotkeys how to



Add the following to the end of this file to make 'e' the keyboard shortcut for a Premult node:

QuickShortcutEditor nuke keyboard shortcut

For the optional shortcut context (0, 1, or 2), add that at the beginning of the line (which is empty now).






1. Place the files in this archive anywhere you want on your computer, but make sure the 'py' folder is next to the 'change_shortcuts_here.txt' file.


2. Then, go to your .nuke/init.py file (create it if it does not exist), and add the following line:



(so it is pointing to the 'py' folder)



The .nuke folder can be found here:

Linux: /home/username/.nuke
Mac OS X: /Users/username/.nuke
Windows: \Users\username\.nuke

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# Marvin Sprengel 2018-11-09 15:18
Hey There,
i just tried the script within your awesome nukeshared setup: unfortunately it works fine with windows but not with mac. I tried several Texteditors on mac, but none of them let me control more than one shortcut! it seems like it is a formatting issue, but i cant figure out what to do different. I tried textedit, sublime and the usual textedit.
# Max van Leeuwen 2018-11-17 16:55
Thanks for letting me know! Will look into that soon!

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