In another thread
, we were advised to "forget Phoenix". I can't take this good advice, because there is one thing for which I still neet my ancient, pre-mesh copy of Phoenix, and that is for editing Gestures. Phoenix allows a much wider range of key combinations to be assigned as shortcuts to Gestures than Cool VL Viewer does. For example I use Cmd-] and Cmd-[ to draw and sheath/holster weapons, Ctrl-s to smile, Ctrl-l to laugh etc. Phoenix will let me assign this combination in a Gesture, and having assigned it, it will work
fine in Cool VL Viewer. Unfortunately, while Cool VL Viewer will happily allow me to view
my custom key-assignments with Cmd-G (or Edit/Gestures from the top menu), the Gesture editor
will only allow me to assign
Would it be a big deal to widen the range of assignable shortcut-keys in Cool VL Viewer? Are there hidden disadvantages to Phoenix's approach (I know there often are)? Or is this something I can work around some other way?