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When applying shear manually, the shift key doesn't do anything.

I think the shift key should constraint the shearing process in 5 deg. increments the same as when rotating any object.

What do other people think?

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Shift+Rotate actually constrains the rotation to multiples of 15°, not 5°, but I agree that Shift+Shear should do more than just Shear on its own, and (even though Rotate and Shear are intimately connected) I like the idea of having a shear constraint which is finer than the rotate one.


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Shift+Rotate actually constrains the rotation to multiples of 15°, not 5°, but I agree that Shift+Shear should do more than just Shear on its own, and (even though Rotate and Shear are intimately connected) I like the idea of having a shear constraint which is finer than the rotate one.

 

which steps could be controled in preferences panel (rotate, shear...).


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