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  • From: Ramón Casero Cañas <>
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  • Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2012 10:56:31 +0100

Same thing with linux. Shift + left/wheel/right mouse button enables panning/scrolling/zooming in 2D views.

CTRL + right mouse button places the crosshairs.

Most interestingly, this also works with filters/tools that hijack the mouse buttons. For example, the Brush Tool uses the mouse wheel to increase or decrease the brush radius. Shift + wheel, however, scrolls through the 3D volume.

Undocumented functionality, AFAIK, but very useful.



On 12 October 2012 04:43, Rob MacLeod <> wrote:

Really?  When I do shift-right mouse click and drag, I can zoom.  This is on a MacBook Pro if that matters.

Dr. Ramón Casero Cañas

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  • [Seg3D], Allison Ranslow, 10/11/2012
    • [Seg3D] Re:, Ayla Khan, 10/11/2012
      • [Seg3D] Re: Re:, Rob MacLeod, 10/11/2012
        • [Seg3D] Re: Re: Re:, Ramón Casero Cañas, 10/12/2012

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