Hotkey for the 'Drag Multiple Parts As Single Part' setting?

EDIT: This post has been partially solved. Read below before posting a reply since this topic/post has gotten changed dramatically.

What are you attempting to achieve?
A: Have some way to toggle on/off for the ‘Drag Multiple Parts As Single Part’ setting.

What solutions have you tried so far?
A: Went through some articles about commands, hotkeys, and local movement. Also tried CTRL+L - however, it doesn’t work for non grouped models unless you have the ‘Drag Multiple Parts As Single Part’ setting on/off.

Why does this matter?
A: This will help a ton curved builds, or even builds that are really complex with lots of angles for roads, paths, etc… This can save a lot of time.

Any comments are gladly appreciated. & My apologies if there has been a post regarding this.

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Hold CTRL while selecting the part.

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My mistake. For some reason the tests I did yesterday did in fact have a difference when I was testing with two parts and toggling on/off the ‘Drag Multiple Parts As Single Part’. However, I will attempt to correct it below.

This GIF shows the spam of CTRL+L on two selected parts. Seems to have no axis change, right?(https://gyazo.com/48f71305ae77436ddc79525d18dd800c)

This GIF here shows the spam of CTRL+L on two selected parts, however they are grouped as a model. This one seems to have an axis change. (https://gyazo.com/9c864d89d77e4082d65a11da14ffed1e)

Is there any option or any way to not having to group parts every time when I’m building “side ways”?

1.click on the select option under the home tab in studio
2.Hold the left button of the mouse and drag it over all the parts you want to move
3.select the move option under the home tab and move it to the desired position

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I know this is an option, however this is not as efficient… but I guess I will use it anyways in some cases. Thanks!