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Author Topic: Experimential Track Ball for Arc Rotate  (Read 59511 times)


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Re: Experimential Track Ball for Arc Rotate
« Reply #30 on: April 27, 2020, 10:48:36 am »

Have been using the new trackball-type arc rotate tool and have decided i do prefer the original.
 Reasons already stated by others in this thread. Agree with Gyperboloid tho...
itís a very cool addition. Hope you wonít remove it. It just can be located in debug menu by default.
, and thought this was interesting, by steve
I'm also experimenting with a miniature version over the little axis in the lower left-hand corner so that when you move the mouse over it the track ball appears aligned with the axis.

Funnily enough I came to the same conclusion last week. I spent a while tearing my hair out trying to find classic arc rotate - trackball is cool but the two main things that do make it a little less convenient are that you HAVE t

Actually @ Steve, come to think of it - what if both of them are merged together? So where (for example) clicking on the axis causes the view to move according to that axis, while dragging on a 'blank space' within the circle is still classic Arc Rotate.

I personally tend toward just standard views and old skool arc rotate but there are some times where I suppose it could be convenient to have both the more precise and the hastier options available at the same time. Just as an idea!
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