Operators

Operator Cheat Sheet

Reference

Menu

Help ‣ Operator Cheat Sheet

Context

Enable Developer Extras

Creates a text file in the Text Editor that gives a list of all operators and their default values in Python syntax, along with the generated docs. This is a good way to get an overview of all Blender’s operators.

System Operators

Reload Scripts

Reference

Mode

All Modes

Menu
menuselection

Topbar –> Blender –> System –> Reload Scripts

Hotkey

Ctrl-Alt-T

Reloads all scripts found in scripts data folder; resetting any modifications that have been made in the Text Editor.

Memory Statistics

Reference

Mode

--debug-memory

Menu
menuselection

Topbar –> Blender –> System –> Memory Statistics

This operator which can be found by searching “Memory Statistics” from the Operator Search will print useful information about memory objects, their size and user count.

Important

To fully use this operator run Blender from the console with --debug-memory.

Debug Menu

Reference

Mode

All Modes

Menu
menuselection

Topbar –> Blender –> System –> Debug Menu

Hotkey

Ctrl-Alt-D

This operator brings up a menu to set Blender into a certain debug mode.

See the source code for a description of what each value does.

Tip

Developers can search the code for G.debug_value to find other possible uses for this operator.

Note

Additional debug options are available by launching Blender in debug mode or setting bpy.app.debug = True.

Redraw Timer

Reference

Mode

All Modes

Menu
menuselection

Topbar –> Blender –> System –> Redraw Timer

Hotkey

Ctrl-Alt-T

This operator brings up a menu with a list of tests to benchmark UI render times along with undo/redo functions.

Clean-up Space-data

Reference

Mode

All Modes

Menu
menuselection

Topbar –> Blender –> System –> Clean-up Space-data

Removes unused settings for invisible editors.