E.g.: When I am moving vertex points with proportional editing on, in order to cycle through different proportional falloff I want to assign modal hotkey as Shift+Q.
Default Shift+O is very inconvenient and i need to use it very often.
To understand better try this in Blender:
- Take a grid plane. Go to edit mode. Turn on Proportional editing with hotkey 'O'.
- Now select any middle vertex/face and press 'G' and then 'Z' to move it in z axis
- Now when you press 'Shift+O' you can change the proportional editing falloffs types. This is exactly where I want to use 'Shift+Q' hotkey instead of 'Shift+O'
I hope that makes sense.