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Zoom Extents by double-clicking the mouse wheel
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October 10, 2016, 12:24:58 PM
I've never seen this mentioned anywhere, but I haven't read everything about TurboCAD, so please excuse any possible ignorance.  ;)

This works with my Logitech MX Master mouse.  Your results may vary.

With the mouse wheel set to Zoom In/Out mode, zoom in on a portion of the drawing, then double-click the mouse wheel to invoke the Zoom Extents function.


Jeff

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October 10, 2016, 12:35:29 PM
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Hi Jeff,

interesting.
However, not too sure I would be too keen on double-clicking the mouse wheel.
My old Microsoft mouse does the Zoom Extents with only one click, but, I still prefer a keyboard shortcut.
The less I use the mouse, the happier I am!  :)

Regards Tim

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* October 10, 2016, 12:46:45 PM
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This have been "known" a long time, at least 2-3 year, i am maybe wrong but i think to remember it was Darrel that pointed it out back then, in my case i only click one time on the weel.
I only use a simple Logitech mouse that come in the pack with the MK 710 keyboard, i think that is the name on it, i like that one.

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October 10, 2016, 01:32:31 PM
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Whaddaya know?  Turns out, a single-click does invoke Zoom Extents.  It didn't even occur to me to try.


Jeff


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