In this Blender tutorial Jonathan will show you how to quickly add any tool to the toolbar for easy access. This is done by accessing the python scripts that generate the toolbar and the rest of the interface. Doing this is very fast, flexible, and requires very little effort and no previous scripting experience necessary.
One of the great things about Blender is that all interfaces, menus, toolbars, etc are generated through Python scripts. These Python scripts can be accessed by simply right-clicking on a button or menu entry and choosing “Edit Source.” This will allow you to modify the script from the text editor any way you choose. By following the existing code you can easily deduce what’s needed to add new tools to the toolbar or to any menu. No previous scripting experience is needed to follow this tutorial.
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