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MMtoKey 1.2.6 for Maya (maya script)

One hotkey for all tasks!

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Last Modified:06/14/2020
File Size: 21.2 KB


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  • Spambot

    Spambot said about 3 years ago:

    By far the most genius, elegant and sophisticated UI / UX mod for Maya. This free script is unparralled in its usefullness 
  • throttle kitty

    throttle kitty said about 7 years ago:

    Absolutely my favorite thing for Maya! Having nearly everything on a single key contextually is such a timesaver.
  • Fomen

    Fomen said over 7 years ago:

    I can't imagine my work in Maya without this script anymore. It's very useful. I highly recomend it. One hotkey, tons of marking menus depending on your context - it is what maya should have by default. 

    MR HOLLYWOOD said about 8 years ago:

    The last video was so eradicate it was REALLY impossible to follow what was going on. Audio makes it even worst - hard to understand. It looks like a really good plugin but demo does not help much at all. Cheers MR H
  • CowControl

    CowControl said about 8 years ago:

    Anyone know how to use; I've watched the videos but I don't completely understand ?
  • LotharEdge

    LotharEdge said almost 9 years ago:

    wow! this is best plugin so far it make my modelling workflow become so fast anyway. my python script didnt work when i attach in custom marking menu. is python script didnt support?
  • Davide Alidosi

    Davide Alidosi said over 9 years ago:

    MMtoKey is in absolute THE missing piece in the UI customizations of Maya, this script increase terrifically the usability of Maya and his author provide to me a fast and very professional support even better than a lot commercial developer! Five stars.
  • Martin Dahlin

    Martin Dahlin said almost 10 years ago:

    Looks good I guess - but where is the description? Also, why did you make the UI in PyQt? Having extra dependencies like this is no good.

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