Figma is a powerful web-based design tool that allows users to create beautiful graphics, interfaces, and prototypes. It has become increasingly popular with designers due to its ease of use, flexibility, and collaboration features. One of the features that makes Figma so great is its shortcuts – they allow designers to quickly perform common tasks without having to take their hands off the keyboard. However, sometimes these shortcuts may not be ideal for the task at hand – luckily it’s easy to customize them.
The first step in customizing Figma’s shortcuts is to open the Keyboard Shortcuts window. This can be done by going to File > Preferences > Keyboard Shortcuts. Once the window is open, you will see a list of all of Figma’s default shortcuts on the left side and a blank space for new shortcuts on the right side.
To create a new shortcut, simply click in the empty box next to an existing shortcut and type in your desired combination of keys.
In addition to creating new shortcuts, you can also edit or delete existing ones. To do this, simply click on an existing shortcut in the list and make your changes in the right-hand box. You can also select multiple shortcuts at once by holding down Shift or Command while clicking on them.
Once you’ve finished making changes to your Figma shortcuts, be sure to click on “Save” at the bottom of the window before closing it. Your changes will take effect immediately and you can begin using your new shortcuts right away.
Changing shortcuts on Figma is an easy process that only takes a few minutes. By opening up the Keyboard Shortcuts window, users can create new shortcuts or edit existing ones with just a few clicks. Once finished making changes, simply save them and start using your new shortcuts right away!