The Curve > Inventory sub-palette has controls for recording and playback of strokes.
Record Brush Strokes. The Record Strokes button enables you to capture a series of brushstrokes, replay them later, and save them to a disk file. Unless the Add Recording button is pressed, pressing this button erases previously-recorded brush strokes.
Add Recording. Press the Add Recording button to record additional brush strokes without erasing previously-recorded ones.
The Strokes Count slider displays the number of single strokes (from mouse/pen click to release) that have been recorded.
The Replay All button re-traces all recorded brush strokes, regardless whether they were created using the same tool or settings.
The Replay All Relative button will replay all recorded strokes at a new cursor position, even if the mesh has been rotated. The hotkey Shift+2 must be used as the start is dependent on the cursor position. (The button is provided so a new hotkey can be assigned if desired.)
Export Last Stroke. Press Export Last Stroke to save the most recent brush stroke to a disk file. Stroke files can only be loaded as part of a ZScript or Macro using the [StrokeLoad] command.
Export All Strokes. Press Export All Strokes to save recorded brush strokes to a disk file. Stroke files can only be loaded as part of a ZScript or Macro using the [StrokesLoad] command.
Reference Guide > Stroke > Inventory