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Example, when you create a fillet, you can use the middle mouse button scroll to zoom in/out to select the edge, but when the edge is selected and the fillet sizes is required, the middle mouse scroll button still zooms the part in/out rather than a quick way of increasing / decreasing the fillet size. So it forces you to type the fillet size - not good i don't think.
Does anyone know if there are options for middle mouse button (scroll) settings?
Maybe a priority order. IE....
- Priority 1 = Alter variable
- Priority 2 = Zoom in / out
The above is how ZW3D 2010 worked and i like it as i do all my pan / zoom / rotate with a space ball, so would rather use the MMB scroll to alter sizes with a priority 2 function of zoom in / out when there's no sizes to be set.
Message 2 of 7
Totally totally agree with you.Doh, like why would you reduce function?
The mind boggles at that kind of UI changing for no improved result.
is there e a rationale? or simply an oversight?
Cheers - Paul
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Message 4 of 7
Because there are some other users don't like to change the value directly when stay in the operated window an other dialogbox area. They just want to watch the model or want to roll the scroll bar.
But I think Option controling in configuration can be considered as new request. Good idea !
Message 5 of 7
ZW3D needs to retains it's functional uniqueness. These are things that endear it to users - serious ones at least.
Good well thought out and efficient procedures that 'some other users' need to learn to their benefit.
In my, not so humble on this topic, opinion, focus on the active work area is always a higher priority over windows and side bars etc.
Please do not bend to the song of the simple or the newbie.
Cheers - P
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