Thanks for those things. They can come handy sometime. Usally i work with the capture schematic next to Allegro, so just click the part on the schematic and allegro jumps to the part on the PCB.
Maybe some other things that can be useful:
This sets the line width, even while routing:
funckey l 'settoggle linewidth 0.15 0.2 0.3 0.5 1; form mini acon_line_width $linewidth;echo width=$linewidth '
Quick snapping to objects:
funckey v "prepopup;pop dyn_option_select 'Snap pick to@:@Via'"
The @Via you can change to what you need. (as like the sub menu in the RMB) e.g. @Pin, @Intersection, @Symbol Origin, etc
I didn't liked to search for the ENV file everytime to add or change somethings. Therefore these 2 lines can be really useful:
funckey CEnd Shell notepad $localenv/env
funckey CHome 'source -q $localenv/env; echo ENV file reloaded'
So, ctrl-end opens the ENV file in notepad (i assume you are using windows), then you can change it, save and close it.
With ctrl-home you re-load the ENV file.