[TODO] Inclining 3D view

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lkeniston
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[TODO] Inclining 3D view

Post by lkeniston » 06 Feb 2011 18:06

Is there any slider based way to incline the 3D view?

I'm able to get it to incline rarely using the mouse wheel button.

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Re: Inclining 3D view

Post by admin » 07 Feb 2011 11:41

Hi,

There is no slider for the moment, and we are aware of this issue. :/

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Re: Inclining 3D view

Post by lkeniston » 07 Feb 2011 13:29

OK, welp thanks!


P.S. I found a workaround by remapping my mouse buttons

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Re: Inclining 3D view

Post by elijah » 14 Feb 2011 18:43

I had no idea this worked... Now I have something new to show off.

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Re: Inclining 3D view

Post by seinecle » 15 Feb 2011 22:19

How do you do that plzzz?

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Re: Inclining 3D view

Post by eduramiba » 15 Feb 2011 23:59

Hi, I do it sometimes by dragging while the button wheel is pressed (or alt + left click dragging) :)
You will need to enable Sphere 3d first.

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Re: Inclining 3D view

Post by seinecle » 16 Feb 2011 10:15

Great effect!
Ideally, this could even work in more than one dimension (with a spherical tool for 360 dragging). Just thinking aloud...

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Re: Inclining 3D view

Post by lkeniston » 21 Feb 2011 13:40

Yeah, thanks for that -- ugh!

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