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Will do from now on.But I found something interesting: http://www.scriptspot.com/3ds-max/scripts/view-and-zoom-extents-selected-macro-buttons read 1039 times1/7/2014 11:42:33 AM (last edit: 1/7/2014 11:42:33 AM) FX It's always annoyed me the way Max's viewport keeps running AREA Community - The Largest CG Forum on the Web Sign In Toggle navigationCustomer StoriesFilm & TvGamesDesign VisualizationLearningProducts3ds MaxCharacter GeneratorFBX ReviewFlameMayaMaya LTMotionBuilderMudboxShowcaseSketchbook ProSmokeEventsEventsVES 2017AU 2016IBC 2016SIGGRAPH 2016NAB 2016GDC 2016Past EventsUser GroupsChapter Either way holding alt shouldn't ever pop open the edit menu... Maybe you can try that as well. 0 · Share on TwitterJuan Martinez | Tech Animator at Playful Corpon Lucky's Tale for Oculus Rift.

read 961 times1/8/2014 8:26:04 PM (last edit: 1/8/2014 8:26:04 PM) herfst1 @ Burns, does that replace the keyboard controls or the mouse controls? Largde thumb button is zoom extents selected, while it's "back" in browsers.I remap these buttons to different combinations in different games and so on. haha, just playing. Share your knowledge, ask questions, and explore popular 3ds Max topics.

No worries, joining is easy. Now I just use the generic USB mouse and keyboard drivers. Then it works as intended. Working on 2015, I even installed 2014 version but the issueis the same.

Thanks again! polycounter lvl 5 March 2011 alright so i just downloaded the trial of 3ds max 2011, and im getting a weird bug with alt + middle mouse button to pan. But middle mouse button pan works fine for me. All image rights belong to their authors.

If I keep pressing MMB and toggle alt it jumps between pan and rotate as expected. Pan with MMB, press alt and it cancels the MMB and little minus sign appears on my cursor (subtract from selection?). Holding down the Alt and middle wheel doesn't work. http://www.maxforums.org/threads/mouse_button_problem/0001.aspx New Post Related Content Search the Autodesk Knowledge Network for more content.

max 8: hold down MMB to pan, hold down alt+mmb, rotate view. Its probably really easy.. In school we had 2010 version and you could pan with MMB, then press alt and viewport would immediately rotate. extremely annoying.. 0 · Share on Twitter Offline / Send Message System admin January 2013 ive logged this issue for 2014, just a heads up.

realy its very noisy problem thnx in advance darthviper10708-31-2011, 04:13 PMWhat problem are you talking about---I have no issues with my middle mouse button SHRIF09-01-2011, 06:47 PMwhenever am trying to use https://www.3dbuzz.com/forum/threads/78112-ALT-Middle-mouse-button-not-working Try assigning middle click to "universal scroll" or something. Does 3Ds Max have a toggle feature instead of holding a mouse button? 0 · Share on Twitter Offline / Send Message m4dcow polycounter lvl 6 November 2015 Don't have the Pressing alt and scrolling the middle mouse button zooms, while pressing both, rotates.

But it keeps zooming for a while and then it goes back to normal. About us Careers Contact us Investor relations Trust center Newsroom Privacy/Cookies (Updated) | Legal Notices & Trademarks | Report Noncompliance | Site map | © 2016 Autodesk Inc. previously ive used 3ds max 9, where alt + mmb pan works flawlessly, but thats a bit outdated tech so itd be nice to upgrade. Visit my Portfoliohttp://www.Freds3D.com read 1047 times1/7/2014 11:33:19 AM (last edit: 1/7/2014 11:33:19 AM) herfst1 I swear I know the zoom extends thing but I'm having a mental block.

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Thanks for the suggestion! Or completely uninstall all mouse software. Reply 0 Kudos ekahennequet

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Hi guys, This might sound really lame but damn I’m so annoyed about this.

max 2012 x64: hold down MMB to pan, hold down alt+mmb cancels pan. polycounter lvl 5 Offline / Send Message Olli. Digital-Tutors subscribers now get access to 1,400+ courses on Pluralsight.com Get started » Hide ▾ Important Notice: As of September 15, we will no longer publish new courses on DigitalTutors.com. The thingy I've got looks like this: I use the left button for maximising the viewport and the right one for centering the view on the selection.The buttons on the more

that's just crazy. Username or email: I've forgotten my password Forum Password Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list allthough im sure theres an easier way to fix this Reply With Quote 09-25-200610:24 PM #3 katz2013 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Registered Join Date Sep 2004 Location See the answer in context. 0 Kudos Is it a 3dsMax issue or is it systemwide?Check if your mmb works at all - it should at least change the focus between

The panning crawls.The way around is what I always do: select a face, edge or vert and press l,p,z. Want to supercharge your tech skills? press mbb again to rotate. thats a weird problem, mine works fine, u try re-installing?

Showing results for  Search instead for  Do you mean  Search the Community Advanced Search Forums | Ideas Browse by product Products 3ds Max A360 Products Advance Steel Alias APIs and Programming It does sound pretty cool. Hotkey then action to perform, not the other way around. #4 - Posted 03 July 2009 - 05:10 AM Helpful LinksRecommended: AutoHotkey BoardsTutorial for NewbiesQuick Search for Autohotkey|Beginner's RegEx Tutorial|Command Object As an added bonus there's no "zoom limit", ie the zoom increments don't get smaller and smaller as they do when using the mouse wheel to zoom in.You can pretty much

It's a fairly generic Logitech mouse, but make sure to set the middle mouse button to 'generic' in set point. (Other -> Generic). http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/modeling/problem-with-extruding-edges/td-p/5311849 E. So I mapped the tilting to the mmb too using Logitechs SetPoint untility. I figured out it was my mouse.

Reply With Quote 09-25-200606:54 PM #2 Hard_Drive View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Registered Join Date Jul 2004 Location Arizona Posts 276 Re: Alt + Middle click not working It can be very handy. Mouse software, tablet drivers other apps, I really can't say for sure. This program sometimes stops working, the result is: no middle mouse button. --Stefani7-2600 @ 3,4GHz, 32GB Ram,512+128GB SSDs + 2x500GB HDGeForce GTX 980 Ti 6GB + GTX 560ti 2GBlatest Driver (almost

Launch_App2::<^>!MButton also I tried Launch_App2:: SendEvent {Alt down}{Ctrl down} KeyWait Launch_App2 SendEvent {Alt up}{Ctrl up} return #1 - Posted 03 July 2009 - 04:02 AM Back to top Z_Gecko Guests Last Reply 0 Kudos Stefan_L

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