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Zoom on Cursor with mouse wheel?

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Zoom on Cursor with mouse wheel?

Postby micr0 » Wed Jan 28, 2015 7:11 pm

It's a common thing in CAD and CAM. To have the screen zoom on the cursor location when moving the mouse wheel. Anyone who has used Solidworks, Pro-E or Inventor knows what I mean.

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Re: Zoom on Cursor with mouse wheel?

Postby Sven » Fri Mar 27, 2015 3:44 pm

I'm not sure but I think I know what you mean:
In DAVID you can make a short click with the RIGHT mouse button to define a "point of interest" on the object. After that, all rotation and zooming refers to that point.
(The "eye" button undos that.)
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Re: Zoom on Cursor with mouse wheel?

Postby micr0 » Fri Mar 27, 2015 3:56 pm

Sven wrote:I'm not sure but I think I know what you mean:
In DAVID you can make a short click with the RIGHT mouse button to define a "point of interest" on the object. After that, all rotation and zooming refers to that point.
(The "eye" button undos that.)


Thanks. Not quite what I had in mind but helpful. I'm just used to Solidworks, Pro/e and CAM apps where by you just move the pointer over what you want to zoom on, scroll and the screen zooms in and or out on that point.

FWIW I find myself in Solidworks right clicking on point of the model and expect it to move to the center of the screen a-la David.


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