Rhino 6 keyboard shortcuts

Rhino 6

Zeynel Abidin Öztürk -
5 months ago
- Shortcuts
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(move the mouse left and right) Rotate (tumble) perspective views

+

(move the mouse left and right) Pan parallel views

↑   Shift +
+

(move the mouse left and right) Constrain to view rotation to horizontal or vertical

The direction is determined by the relative location of the cursor to the point where the right mouse button was pressed down. If the cursor is more to the left or right than up or down, the rotation is locked horizontally, and vice versa.

Zoom the view in / out

Pop up toolbar

Ctrl + ⭾ Tab

Next viewport active

Ctrl + Page Down

Pan view out

Ctrl + Page Up

Pan view in

Alt +
+

(move the mouse up and down) Pan view in / out

Alt +

Pan view in / out

↑   Shift +
+

Pan any view

Ctrl +
+

(move the mouse up and down) Pan any view

↑   Shift + Alt +
+

(move the mouse up and down) TiltView

Ctrl + Shift + Page Down

TiltView right

Ctrl + Shift + Page Up

TiltView left

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + Alt +

(move the mouse up and down) Adjust camera lens length in a perspective view

Shift + Alt + Page Down

Adjust camera lens length in a perspective view (toward telephoto)

Shift + Alt + Page Up

Adjust camera lens length in a perspective view (toward wide angle)

Ctrl + Alt +
+
+ ↑   Shift

(move the mouse left and right) RotateCamera. In addition, press Shift to lock the camera rotation horizontally or vertically

Ctrl + ↑   Shift +
+

(move the mouse up and down) Adjust camera lens length in a perspective view

Ctrl + ↑   Shift +
+

(move the mouse left and right) Force parallel view to rotate

Ctrl + ↑   Shift +
+ ↑   Shift

(move the mouse left and right) Constrain to view rotation to horizontal or vertical. Release Ctrl or Shift while rotating, and then press Shift again to lock the direction

F1

Help

F2

CommandHistory

F3

Properties

F6

Toggle Camera

F7

Grid > ShowGrid > ShowGridAxes

F8

Toggle Ortho

F9

Toggle Snap

F10

Points On

F11

Points Off

F12

Dig Click

Ctrl + F1

SetMaximizedViewport > Top

Ctrl + F2

SetMaximizedViewport > Front

Ctrl + F3

SetMaximizedViewport > Right

Ctrl + F4

SetMaximizedViewport > Perspective

Ctrl + A

SelAll

Ctrl + B

Block

Ctrl + C

CopyToClipboard

Ctrl + F

FindText

Ctrl + G

Group

Ctrl + H

Hide

Ctrl + I

Insert

Ctrl + J

Join

Ctrl + L

Lock

Ctrl + M

MaxViewport

Ctrl + N

New

Ctrl + O

Open

Ctrl + P

Print

Ctrl + S

Save

Ctrl + T

Trim

Ctrl + V

Paste

Ctrl + W

Zoom

Ctrl + X

Cut

Ctrl + Y

Redo

Ctrl + Z

Undo

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + E

Zoom > Extents

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + G

Ungroup

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + H

ShowSelected

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + L

UnlockSelected

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + S

Split

Ctrl + Alt + E

Zoom All Extents

Ctrl + Alt + G

SetDisplayMode Ghosted

Ctrl + Alt + H

Show

Ctrl + Alt + L

Unlock

Ctrl + Alt + R

SetDisplayMode > Rendered

Ctrl + Alt + S

SetDisplayMode > Shaded

Ctrl + Alt + W

SetDisplayMode > Wireframe

Ctrl + Alt + X

SetDisplayMode > XRay

Home

UndoView

End

RedoView

↑   Shift + Home

CPlane > Undo

↑   Shift + End

CPlane > Redo

↑   Shift + Page +

ZoomLens > In

↑   Shift + Page +

ZoomLens > Out

Ctrl + Page +

Pan > In

Ctrl + Page +

Pan > Out

Shift + Ctrl + Page Up

TiltView > Left

Shift + Ctrl + Page Down

TiltView > Right

Aliases are used to run individual Rhino commands or scripts. You can type aliases just like normal Rhino commands.
Import: Imports aliases from a text file.
Export: Exports aliases to a text file.
New: Creates a new alias.
Delete: Deletes the selected alias.
Restore Defaults: Reloads the alias list that ships with Rhino. All custom aliases will be lost.
AdvancedDisplay: OptionsPage > DisplayModes
Break: DeleteSubCrv
C: SelCrossing
COff: CurvatureGraphOff
COn: CurvatureGraph
DisplayAttrsMgr: OptionsPage > DisplayModes
M: Move
O: Ortho
P: Planar
PlugInManager: OptionsPage > Plug-Ins
POff: PointsOff
POn: PointsOn
S: Snap
SelPolysurface: SelPolysrf
U: Undo
W: SelWindow
Z: Zoom
ZE: Zoom > Extents
ZEA: Zoom > All > Extents
ZS: Zoom > Selected
ZSA: Zoom > All > Selected
Sources: Mcneel (1, 2)

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Program information

Program name: Rhino 6 Rhino 6 (Scientific)

Rhino is a 3D graphics and computer-aided design (CAD) software. It is primarily a free form surface modeler that utilizes the NURBS mathematical model. Rhino is developed by Robert McNeel & Associates.

Web page: rhino3d.com/6

Last update: 26 Feb 2020

Shortcut count: 79

How easy to press shortcuts: 75%

Platform detected: Windows or Linux (not macOS)

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