In newer versions of Blender, and probably older ones, you can right-click a function and get the option "change shortcut" or "add-shortcut" Then you can move your mouse cursor over that option and press whatever keyboard key or key combination you want to be the new shortcut.
I added my own settings for view because I do not have a number pad either. i.e. instead of "numpad 7" I used just "7". I set all of the view and focus shortcuts to this, and it has worked fine ever since.
In Blender2.79 ,Grease pencil keyframes are shown in the Dopesheet ->Grease pencil Panel.
Hotkeys should be same for other Blender versions as well.
IMPORTANT - Mouse Cursor should be in the Dopesheet Editor for Blender to recognise the scope of the Hotkey.
For moving inbetween keyframes, following Hotkeys are available
1.First/Last Timeline Frame - ...
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 ...
No need to change the keymap :).
You can easily set your Move gizmo to your Tweak tool.
Just check it in the Object Gizmos panel.
Whenever you use Tweak tool, you'll have Move gizmo at hand.
Set your Move gizmo.
Whenever you use Tweak tool, you have Move gizmo enabled.
This really sounds like a keyboard issue where you're getting double "A" keypresses registering. In my experience, it's not unusual to have a bad connection on a keyboard that you don't notice much during regular typing but that acts up when you use a key shortcut, just because of differences in the positioning of fingers and force of keystrokes when touch-...
It was a silly question. Coming from another program I was pressing the spacebar inadvertently and obviously the timeline cursor was starting to move. No, spacebar is not linked as a hotkey to other commands, but the play/start one in timeline. Hopefully other starters who run into the same problem read this and control their thumb :-) Old habits die hard. ...
Man, i passed by the same problem. But, in my case wasn't by an key combination.
If this problem didn't be solved:
Go to the Users Preferences (in blender) » Edit » Activate Global Undo (and add more steps if you want).
Hope this help.
Go the the outliner. Ensure the "Viewport Visibility" eyeball icon toggle is active.
Pick any collection in the outliner. [CTRL]+[LMB] once on the eye to show only it. [CTRL]+[LMB] again to show all collections.