|Creating a shortcut|
Now, if you’d like to setup your own custom shortcuts, you have the freedom to do it. Just start a command from the pulldown menu, and click the “3 dots” on the far right of the toolbar.
|Click the dots1|
Now the Change Keyboard Shortcut dialog appears, and you can type in the shortcut to almost anything. In this case, I chose to use “Shift+R” for a 3 point rectangle. Then hit OK, and you’re ready to go
|Changing the shortcut|
You may have seen that I typed “almost anything” in the above paragraph. There are some reserved shortcuts that can’t be changed. Among them are the standard Windows shortcuts, such as CTRL-S for save. There are also shortcuts reserved by Fusion 360.
|Man! I’d love to make “S” a shortcut for “Create Sketch”!|
And if you don’t like any of the shortcuts you’ve created. You can always restore to default!
And finally, this wasn’t the only enhancement to be introduced in this release, for the rest of them, follow this link here!