I'm dealing with a bug where I can't seem to rotate the light in the 3D view with the regular Shift+RMB.
I am able to rotate the environment just fine and it does register in the UI that I'm going between camera and light.
I tried looking at shortcuts but it seems this version of Substance I'm using doesn't have a shortcut section for things like this? It only seems to have Node Creation Shortcuts (:
Rotating the light works fine when I'm in Substance Painter and a restart of Designer doesn't seem to fix it.
I'm on Mac M1 Max Monterey 12.3
Using Substance Designer 11.3.3
Try Shift +Ctrl+RMB
Edit - I am on Windows so on Mac may be Shift+Cmd+RMB
Shift+CMD+RMB worked! Thanks a bunch.
Could you perhaps tell me where I could set shortcuts like these? It would be easier to just make it the same between painter and designer.
I don't know of a full list. In fact the Substance documentation refers to Ctrl+RMB to rotate the environment which does not work here. https://substance3d.adobe.com/documentation/sddoc/3d-view-129368157.html
I'll tag Adobe's @Luca Giarrizzo who may be able to advise (and perhaps get the documentation page updated)
Indeed, the shortcut as listed in the documentation is incorrect. I have updated the the documentation page you helpfully linked accordingly.
The change should be public by the end of April, we have made several changes and additions to the documentation for our next release, and changes are published in batch.
Thank you for the heads up!