Reviewing and Editing Strokes
 
 
 
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Define Strokes dialog Click Review.

Draw the Review Strokes stroke. By default, this is a horizontal line from left to right.

You can view defined strokes in the Review Strokes dialog. Depending on how you display this dialog, you can also change or delete defined strokes.

Procedures

To change the command assigned to a stroke (or vice versa):

  1. Select a command (or stroke) from the list.
  2. Click Change. The Define Strokes dialog appears.
  3. Select the new stroke to assign.
  4. Click OK in the Define Strokes dialog to assign the selected stroke to the command currently highlighted in the Review Strokes dialog.

Interface

Defined Strokes

Displays a list of commands that currently have strokes assigned to them and the name of the current stroke set.

Make Camera Active

Point at a single camera (not the target), draw the stroke, and that camera becomes active in the viewport in which you draw the stroke.

Change Light Color

You can stroke this command over one or more lights. The color selector appears, so you can change the color of the selected lights.

Light On/Off Toggle

Stroke over a light to toggle it on and off. If you stroke over two or more lights, all the lights are set to a common state, either all on or all off.

Set Constraints

Displays a small dialog with the available axis constraints. Double-click to change the axis constraints for the current transform mode.

Move Mode (Set Constraints)

Switches to Move transform mode and displays a small dialog with the available axis constraints. Double-click to change the axis constraints for the current transform mode.

Rotate Mode (Set Constraints)

Switches to Select and Rotate mode and displays a small dialog with the available axis constraints. Double-click to change the axis constraints for the current transform mode.

Scale Mode (Set Constraints)

Switches to Select and Scale mode and displays a small dialog with the available axis constraints. Double-click to change the axis constraints for the current transform mode.

Review Strokes

Displays the Review Strokes dialog.

Stroke Preferences

Show As

Provides two options that specify how commands are displayed in the list.

Command Name

Displays the assigned strokes by command name (for example, Play Animation).

Stroke Name

Displays the assigned strokes by their stroke name (for example, HK).

Change

Assigns a different stroke to the command, or vice versa, depending on whether commands or strokes are displayed in the list.

NoteThis command is only available when the dialog is accessed by drawing the Review Strokes stroke.
Delete

Removes the selected command (or stroke) from the list, and the command is no longer assigned to the stroke.

NoteThis command is only available when the dialog is accessed by drawing the Review Strokes stroke.

Information on Selected Stroke

Displays the name and shape of the stroke selected in the list window.