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New scene view camera navigation controls...

Discussion in '2019.1 Beta' started by hippocoder, Jan 30, 2019.

  1. hippocoder

    hippocoder

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    .. can we just be grown up about it and have an option to remove the sickening and uncontrollable inertia? I'm not playing Forsaken in the 90s any more.

    Thanks.
     
  2. AcidArrow

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    Preferences -> Scene View -> Camera Easing :)
     
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  3. Lars-Steenhoff

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    Yes it totally does not work when using a Wacom tablet, so it was the first thing I turned off
     
  4. Peter77

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    I agree. That's not a great default setting.
     
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  5. hippocoder

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    Awesome although I still prefer my own solution, an intertia-less simple slider under the viewport widget for much more frequent and useful access:
    upload_2019-2-2_15-28-44.png

    I will have to remove my own version even though it's better - because less code I maintain the better life is. So this is why I still feed back on functionality that eventually fixes things I've had fo fix myself.