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Gustaf Magnander

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  1. Hi Heinrich, Thank you very much! Best regards, Gustaf
  2. Hi, I'm a relatively new user of CAESES and would like to tweak my mouse settings. However I cannot find any setting for this, therefore this topic/question. In the registry editor (on windows) I have manually adjusted so that when I scroll on a web page, the contents is coupled to the scroll wheel and not the vertical slider, which is default. In Linux environment this tweak is called "natural scrolling". In both Rhino 3D and Autodesk Inventor, two examples of software I frequently use, I can tweak the mouse settings, so that when I'm working in a 3D environment, the model is moving towards when I scroll towards me, and vice versa. I would like to be able to tweak also this in CAESES, but I cannot find the setting for it. Now, a 3D model is moving in the opposite direction to my scroll wheel direction and that is not very pleasant. Does anyone know if this is possible to achieve in some way? Thanks!
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