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Re: Mouse gestures

JC_Biggs ·
Guys Just to give you a heads up, i use a 3d connexion mouse that has keys programmed for the views. it works like a champ. (i noticed you couldnt select any of the on screen view icons without losing your selected surfaces/edges)
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Re: Mouse gestures

IntegrityWare Erik ·
Hey JC, Thanks for the information. We have a few of those in our office so we have done some light testing but it is good to know that the views work. The on screen ones will clear selection because we interpret the mouse click. Currently, we have not found a reliable way of ignoring the click while allowing the view change. Erik
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Re: Mouse gestures

AndrewScott985 ·
Hello! As far as I can tell, there is a work around, there are quite a few in fact, for switching views without loosing the entities selection already made: using the key combinations Ctrl+1, Ctrl+2, etc. adding view buttons to the main SolidWorks toolbar (they'll be gone from the toolbar the next time you start SolidWorks), using the "Orientation" window (press the "Space" key on the keyboard to call it). Cheers!
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Re: Mouse gestures

IntegrityWare Susanna ·
Thank you for finding and pointing out these work arounds. I'm sure these will be very useful to users while we find a reliable solution.
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Re: Mouse gestures

IntegrityWare Erik ·
Hey Andrew, Thank you for pointing this out. We are aware of the rotation problems (We always rotate about the center of your complete object) and have plans to address this. However, with the mouse gestures, we are on the fence. It may be something we consider in the future. Erik
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Mouse gestures

AndrewScott985 ·
Hello!    One great and well done feature of SolidWorks is the mouse gesture function.I'm using it 90% when working in SolidWorks and it works like a charm.In power surfacing I think it would be very effective for example in changing...
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