# Can't find the keyboard shortcut in keymap preferences

I am a Maya user and I want to move to Blender and I decided to Change the Keymap to a similar look to Maya; But couldn't find the shortcut key for ' Spacebar + W ' as Tweak tool to Remove It and use the shortcut for Move gizmo.

Open the keymap in the preferences (Edit > Preferences > Keymap) and select Key-binding in the drop-down next to the search box. The shortcut can be found by searching for the W key-binding. The Shift + Spacebar shortcut for the toolbar popup is a separate one.

You're looking for Set Tool By Name. (*)

(*) Now that you know its name, you can also search for it directly. The approach above works for any shortcut though, in case you don't know the operator's label.

• Thank you for your answer. One thought - how did you know Set Tool By Name is the correct one? :) I can't see any indication it's the Tweak tool. – Jachym Michal Dec 5 '19 at 9:20
• It's the only tool with the W key binding under the toolbar popup. By changing the key-binding you can see that it changes the tweaks tools shortcut as well. – Robert Gützkow Dec 5 '19 at 9:22
• Unfortunately the popup doesn't show Python tooltips for its entries, however you can still get the underlying operator by enabling the Developer Extras in Edit > Preferences > Interface. In the toolbar right click on the Tweak entry. Select Copy Python Command and paste it in the text editor. This will give you the name of the operator which you can also search for in the keymap. In this case it's bpy.ops.wm.tool_set_by_id(name="builtin.select") which means you'd be searching for tool_set_by_id. Online Python References works as well, it will open the Blender's Python API manual. – Robert Gützkow Dec 5 '19 at 10:07
• Thanks again for the added info. Never realized those python tooltips can be useful even for non-developers. Good to know :). – Jachym Michal Dec 5 '19 at 10:11
• Really Thank You. it was really helpfull – Rasool Eidiani Dec 9 '19 at 18:11

No need to change the keymap :).