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With the release of the new version of 3Ds Max and its new interface, I present this renewed graphic list of keyboard shortcuts that help to make the work faster and more efficient. This new delivery brings shortcut news in the viewport.
The yellow background shortcuts are the default ones with 3ds Max and the cyan background are the shortcut suggestions I use.
Keyboard Shortcuts for Vertex
Keyboard shortcuts for edges
Keyboard Shortcuts for Borders
Keyboard Shortcuts for Polygons
Keyboard Shortcuts for the Element
Keyboard Shortcuts for Geometry Editing
Keyboard Shortcuts for the Main Toolbar
Keyboard Shortcuts for the Animation and Navigation Bar
Keyboard Shortcuts in the Viewport
Download the complete list of Shortcuts
Click here to go to the download page where you will find the complete list of shortcuts for 3ds Max
How to Customize Your Own Shortcuts
To know the default shortcuts and to modify them you have to go to the menu Customize > Customize User interface, which will open a window.
In this window in the bottom right you will see the Write Keyboard Chart… button, With this button you export in text format (MaxStartUI.kbdx.txt) all the 3ds Max shortcuts that come by default.
To change a shortcut, first select a group (GROUP) and a category (Category), scroll down the list and you will see that some actions already have a shortcut, click on the action you want to change, click on the Hotkey field and put the Shortcut by pressing the shortcut keys on the keyboard, if there were any shortcut already assigned in the field Assigned to will show you which action is already assigned the shortcut you want to add. With the Assign button you confirm the shortcut that you want to assign to that action.
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