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I am not so sure about that approch to be honest. I would say the shortcuts should be reduced to the neccessary.
Why does it have to be “either-or” while the real power of a complex software like BforArtists / Blender lies in “AND”? – BforArtists does a tremendous job in being intuitive to use and rather clear in its structure. But for professional use speed is important and having to go into the side menu for a specific function again and again slows down the workflow, which should be highest priority. For example the loop-cut-and-slide function in edit mode should most definetely have a dedicated shortcut to speed up modeling. – Again the function on the toolshelf is great like it is, but after a while a shortcut would be the better input option.
Of course I can and will put the shortcuts back where I see they are needed, but I believe other users would benefit from keeping the most essential shortcuts for a fast, professional workflow in as well.
And for the sculpting environment having to go into the sidebar for one brushstroke and then back again for another takes the fun out of the process a bit.
Is there a way to export the hotkeys to another computer easily and complete, I tried the export “key configuration”, but when I imported it to my other computer the keys wouldn´t all work like they should for some reason. Maybe there is a file (or multiple files) that I can copy directly from the install directory?