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Setting to desired framerate and saving startup file doesn't work for creating new scene. Creating new scene will always default to 24p.


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Had the same question found your then just worked it out by pick things. Top right hand corner of the 3D viewport there is a drop down arrow. In viewport shading you can select scene lights and scene world. I didn't try to see if this would give you the result your looking for but it has worked for me. Regards


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Using panels in 2.8+ It's my opinion that many (including my previous self) get over enamoured with invoking modal dialog props dialogs. Currently question code has some empty operator (execution wise) that is basically a draw method. Often I see code where the functionality of the operator used to draw a popup could be replaced entirely by a group property ...


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So basically what you are facing is a shortage of appropriate shortcut options . You want to assign a shortcut which has R in it but you know that r is for rotating in all the modes , so you could've tried ctrl R but thats loop cut , alt R is clear rotation and shift r is repeat last action , so the final option is that you can go and add some other key like ...


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Setup your image(s) however you would like before modifying anything else in a new clean .blend file. Press Ctrl+U to save the modified start-up file as the new default, and the images (along with any other changes, materials, objects, etc.) will be present going forward. If you decide to go back to the default configuration, then you can Load Factory ...


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I just fixed the issue with the help of dann#6226 (Discord) try to change the shortcut, I suspect it might be doing two things at once. does it do this if you use the menu to enter and exit? I was using middle mouse, and multiple actions where having the bind on this button. Changing it to another key and making sure to not be used by other actions too, ...


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Open a new script , using the template ui_menu Add these lines to make it able to become an addon import bpy bl_info = { "name": "MY_OWN_MENU", "blender": (2, 80, 0), "category": "Object", } class CustomMenu(bpy.types.Menu): Save the file anywhere, using notepad and change the fileextention to ....


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If you need to run any script in any context area. You might need to use a new operator to make the shortcut available due to the lack of operator. The one that scripting editor used will poll the context and only work in scripting area. Code import bpy def create_summary(text: str, length: int = 300) -> str: return f"Code Preview:\n\n{text[:...


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