Shortcut Editor v1.2
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12.0, 11.3, 11.2, 11.1 or later
Linux, Mac, Windows
Nuke shortcut editor
shortcuteditor is a keyboard shortcut editor for Foundry’s Nuke
It allows you to quickly bind keyboard shortcuts to existing menu items without writing Python code
Watch the first episode of Lars Wemmje’s “Useful Nuke Tools” for more details!
shortcuteditor.py on PYTHONPATH or NUKE_PATH somewhere (probably in
mkdir -p ~/.nuke cd ~/.nuke curl -O https://raw.githubusercontent.com/dbr/shortcuteditor-nuke/v1.2/shortcuteditor.py
~/.nuke/menu.py add the following:
try: import shortcuteditor shortcuteditor.nuke_setup() except Exception: import traceback traceback.print_exc()
The shortcuts overrides are saved in
You can search for menu items either by name (“Search by text”), or by existing shortcut (“Search by key”), or both (rarely necessary)
There are a few shortcuts you cannot (easily) override in the viewer context, specifically things like the r/g/b and z/x/c shortcuts are hardwired.
If you are changing an existing shortcut, be sure to clear the old usage of the key. A popup appears to help with this if adding conflicting shortcuts.
For a list of requested and planned features, see the project’s issue tracker on GitHub, https://github.com/dbr/shortcuteditor-nuke/issues
Fixed error in error handling when a shortcut is added for a menu item which disappears.
nuke_setupmethod works as expected when installed earlier in NUKE_PATH. Previously it might run before some menu items were added, so the shortcut was never set.