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Improve your 3ds Max Workflow: Top 10 interface secrets

By Paul Hatton
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Date Added: 28th July 2014
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(ID: 303432, pid: 0) Paul Hatton on Tue, 14 October 2014 9:51am
Thank you for all your comments regarding the article and also for the corrections! That's the benefit of community input.
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(ID: 291115, pid: 0) Who Cares on Sun, 10 August 2014 10:18am
You can repeat last quad command faster by hitting the ";" key.
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(ID: 289531, pid: 0) Lester Holten on Wed, 30 July 2014 12:21am
Nice work man,,, thank you for the tutorial, very helpful indeed!
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(ID: 289504, pid: 0) Rogelio Del Toro on Tue, 29 July 2014 5:41pm
There's a typo on "Object Isolation", the shortcut or hotkey is actually "Alt+Q" not "Alt+Y". Great tips for everyone (specially the beginners), keep it up!
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(ID: 289444, pid: 0) Ihab Kalache on Tue, 29 July 2014 7:14am
Hold and Fetch has been around since the Dos days, I used it 15 years ago, it hasn't been recently introduced as you claim.
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(ID: 289328, pid: 0) Rodrigo D on Mon, 28 July 2014 2:42pm
For the hold and fetch feature there is also an alternative, in Customize > Preferences, in the general tab, you can adjust the levels of Undo (ctrl+z). This feature have save me a lot of times, my computer only has 8GB of RAM and I have this parameter in 200 (200 undos) and i have never had any trouble running out of memory.
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