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I was astonished when I heard the announcement of left Click by Default. Anyway I gave it a try and it felt familiar. but I got stuck when it came to adding objects to the current selection. Ok now I know shift+CTRl left Clicking ads new objects to my selection (why not shift or CTRL). But I have no idea how to deselect one object from the selection.

Can you help me?

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I'm not sure if this is what you are looking for, but if you:

*Left Click and drag = Select the objects.

*Ctrl + Left click and drag = Deselect.

*Shift + Left Click = Add Objects to the selection.

*Shift + Double Left Click on an object = Deselect

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Hope that helps.

Good Luck.

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    – Gil Hiram
    Commented Sep 26, 2019 at 8:36
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Shift+LeftClick adds an object to the selection if it isn't already selected. The same action removes an object from the selection if it is already selection.

ie, Shift+LeftClick can be used to deselect an already selected object.

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(I'm on mac) double tap on A does the trick for me

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