Insert blocks with the keyboard
It is about inserting blocks without excessive use of the mouse. Starting from an initial block (which we will place with the mouse to begin with) you can use the numeric keyboard to insert many more blocks more quickly. Example: we can use 4 and 6 from number keyboard to insert blocks to the right or left side of the last placed block, or 2 and 8 to insert blocks above and below the last placed block, and 5 and Shift+5 to place blocks in front or behind of the last inserted block, and the 0 can be used to leave one or more spaces in the same direction that the numbers led. I know that numbers are used for quick access, but making this new modification would allow you to build in minutes what used to take hours. Just hold down the numbers on the number pad to insert and insert rows of blocks in any direction you want
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