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There are four types of shortcuts:
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[[Application Shortcuts]] are built-in to TouchDesigner's authoring interface, which can also be edited and customized. Shortcut is TouchDesigner's term for hot key.
  
 
You can create [[Panel Shortcuts]] for any custom-built panel that you build with [[Panel Component]]s.
 
You can create [[Panel Shortcuts]] for any custom-built panel that you build with [[Panel Component]]s.
  
[[Application Shortcuts]] are built-in to TouchDesigner's authoring interface, which can also be edited and customized.
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[[Parent Shortcut]]s access a component from within that component.
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[[Global OP Shortcut]]s access a unique component from anywhere in TouchDesigner.
  
Shortcut is TouchDesigner's term for hot key.
 
 
[[Category: Touch Glossary‏‎]]
 
[[Category: Touch Glossary‏‎]]

Latest revision as of 18:29, 29 May 2018


There are four types of shortcuts:

Application Shortcuts are built-in to TouchDesigner's authoring interface, which can also be edited and customized. Shortcut is TouchDesigner's term for hot key.

You can create Panel Shortcuts for any custom-built panel that you build with Panel Components.

Parent Shortcuts access a component from within that component.

Global OP Shortcuts access a unique component from anywhere in TouchDesigner.

There are four types of shortcuts: Application Shortcuts that are built-in to TouchDesigner's authoring interface, Panel Shortcuts that you create for any custom built panels, Parent Shortcuts for accessing a component from within that component, and Global OP Shortcuts that access a unique component from anywhere in TouchDesigner.