I created a tool in touchdesigner with an undo/redo stack in it that makes use of the standard keyboard shortcuts. Unfortunately, I can’t detect CMD-Z on MacOS without using a Panel CHOP… this works, but has the unfortunate side effect of requiring the mouse to be over the window in question, which is confusing from a UI standpoint. Adding it to the keyboard CHOP would solve this problem.
Furthermore, even when in perform mode, CMD-Z will undo things in the touch network. To me, that seems like a bug, but I’ll leave that to the developers to determine(maybe there’s a way of disabling this that I don’t know about). You probably shouldn’t be able to modify the network with keyboard shortcuts when the network editor is literally invisible. At worst, it’s something i kept forgetting about which would cause me to erase work inadvertently. At best, it makes testing a thing with undo capabilities really hard as I’d have to remember to always save the file, close touchdesigner, and reopen it in order to clear the internal undo stack before testing my tool.