Double tap keyboard shortcut key to open dialogue box.
This should speed up workflow for advanced users and help students learn tools & access dialogue windows faster.
For example: ‘W’ brings up the blend tool.
‘W+W’ brings up the blend options dialogue
‘R’ brings up the rotate tool. ‘R+R’ brings up the rotate dialogue.
I understand you can double click the blend toolbar icon to bring up the dialogue, or go to properties to adjust rotation. Why not double tap to stream line the entire process.
As a lecturer it would help students immensely. Learners usually look for (hover over) the icon and click, then navigate the menu to find the dialogue. This way they would learn the shortcut and then simultaneously know how to access the dialogue.
Dominic, I usually agree on accessibility features requested, but this one feels as a thing which is not needed. We can open tool's options with Enter, and I can't say it's that difficult, since a hand is already over the keyboard.
But behaviors and keyboard also differ — I'm used to tap Numerical Enter in the right bottom corner with a thumb of my right hand, without leaving a mouse. Also I know about an external system that utilizes double-taps to access subtools, which is comfortable for many. I'd better have this as a standard feature.