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I was trying to look for the select menu shortcut from the settings to no avail. The reason for this is I want to improve my workflow and adding select menu to a simple simple keystroke would improve it a lot.

Now I know it's possible add hotkeys for individual actions, but I tend to use a lot of the tools available in the select menu and it would be great to have them all under a shortcut accessible menu. Similar to how one can bring up the Specials contextual with the W button.

tl;dr: How can I bring this up with a keystroke?

Select menu

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  1. Open up the User Preferences Window and switch to Input tab

  2. Expand the 3D View -> 3D View (Global) keymap and add a new item (Scroll down and click the Add New button.

  3. Enter the operator name as wm.call_menu

  4. Enter the operator parameter Name as VIEW3D_MT_view

  5. Assign your desired hotkey.

  6. Save user preferences (Click on the Save User Settings button.

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  • $\begingroup$ This was a bit more clearer than the other answer, thanks! Worth noting that operator parameter name can be the name of any sub-menu. $\endgroup$ – Nimink0 Jun 28 '17 at 6:59
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add a hotkey, and for the action type wm.call_menu. In the 'name' field that appears, put the text that pops up when you hover over the menu (it is case sensitive).

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You can use the following to call submenus from select menu.I hope this helps u guys :)

VIEW3D_MT_select_object
VIEW3D_MT_select_object_more_less
VIEW3D_MT_select_pose
VIEW3D_MT_select_pose_more_less
VIEW3D_MT_select_particle
VIEW3D_MT_edit_mesh
VIEW3D_MT_edit_mesh_select_similar
VIEW3D_MT_edit_mesh_select_by_trait
VIEW3D_MT_edit_mesh_select_more_less
VIEW3D_MT_select_edit_mesh
VIEW3D_MT_select_edit_curve
VIEW3D_MT_select_edit_surface
VIEW3D_MT_select_edit_text
VIEW3D_MT_select_edit_metaball
VIEW3D_MT_edit_lattice_context_menu
VIEW3D_MT_select_edit_lattice
VIEW3D_MT_select_edit_armature
VIEW3D_MT_select_gpencil
VIEW3D_MT_select_paint_mask
VIEW3D_MT_select_paint_mask_vertex
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