可以从 工具栏 中选择工具 。
This is a general introduction to tools. Individual tools have their own documentation.
There can only be one active tool per Workspace and mode. This tool is remembered: if you're in Edit Mode and have the Extrude tool selected, then switch to Object Mode (which has no Extrude tool) and back to Edit Mode, the Extrude tool will still be active.
Some tools define gizmos (Shear and Spin for example) to help control them.
The Toolbar contains buttons for the various tools. Buttons with a small triangle in their bottom right corner are tool groups which can be opened by holding LMB on them for a moment (or dragging LMB to open them instantly).
Pressing Shift-Spacebar will pop up a small toolbar right at your cursor for faster access. The shortcuts for selecting the tools are displayed on the right.
Alternatively, you can map this action to Spacebar in the Keymap Preferences. Then you'll be able use Spacebar like a modifier key (similar to holding Ctrl or Shift). For example, you can press Spacebar T for Transform, Spacebar D for Annotate, Spacebar M for Measure and so on. See Spacebar Action.
The Quick Favorites menu gathers your favorite tools. Any tool or menu item can be added to this pop-up menu via its context menu.
If you have Alt Click Tool Prompt enabled in the Keymap Preferences, tapping Alt will display a tool prompt in the Status Bar. You can then press a key to select the corresponding tool, or tap Alt again to cancel the prompt.
The fallback tool is the one that's selected by default (so the one at the top of the Toolbar). You can change it by either holding LMB on the toolbar button or pressing Alt-W to get a pie menu.
If you bind a key to a tool which is part of a group, you can enable the Cycle option in the keymap editor. Successive presses will then cycle through the tools in that group.
This is enabled by default for the selection tools in the 3D Viewport, for example: pressing W will cycle between Select Box, Select Circle and so on.
Thepanel in the Sidebar N.
The Active Tool tab in the Properties editor.
The Tool Settings region below the area header.