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Zoom In/Out, Rotation

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Objective
In CLO, the mouse wheel and the right button can be used to zoom in, zoom out, and rotate the screen.
The Maya and 3Ds Max view control methods are also supported alongside the default view control method and interface can be modified as needed and use differently.


Operation

Move 

 Hold down the mouse wheel and drag to move the screen.
If you are using Mac's Magic Mouse, please hold down the Alt key on the keyboard and click-and-drag the left mouse key.

Zoom In/Out 

 Scroll down (zoom in) and up (zoom out) the mouse wheel to zoom in and zoom out the screen. 
Or, hold down Alt Key on the keyboard and the left button of the mouse simultaneously and drag up (zoom out) or down (zoom in).

※ Note: Zoom in or zoom out using the + (zoom in) and - (zoom out) keys on the keyboard (ver2.4.0.)

Rotate 

 Hold down the right button of the mouse and drag to rotate the 3D window.

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    Kenshin

    I am using a MacBook Pro. What goes in place of the alt key in order to move the screen?

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    Erica

    I believe MacBook Pro should have an alt key! Please refer to below article if you wish not to use the alt key when moving the screen as you can customize View Controls :)

    https://support.clo3d.com/hc/en-us/articles/115002673588-Set-View-Control

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    kingkiwi

    I am using a laptop with a touchpad and nothing is working to rotate. Please assist.

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    Erica

    @kingkiwi Have you tried to personalize the view control setting in the User Setting?

    Which laptop are you using?

    https://support.clo3d.com/hc/en-us/articles/115002673588-Set-View-Control

    Edited by Erica
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    susan

    I am having trouble with zooming out with the magic mouse on my mac.

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    Erica

    @susan, have you configured your mouse setting? If so, please try reset the setting and try again!
    It should work!

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    pedro3d

    do you know 3dconnexion mouse? it's quite common in all softwares where a 3d movement is required