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Quick Tip: Adding a Macro Command to Your UI in Luxology Modo 401

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Luxology has built some extremely powerful UI customization tools into Modo, and in this Quick Tip I will use these tools to first record a macro, and then add it into the existing UI. Although this barely scratches the surface of what is possible with the system, it'll hopefully start you thinking about just what is possible.

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