Hi there, I am new to BTT and could not find an appropriate solution to my problem, which is kinda strange, because the behavior I am searching for is rather popular in CAD.
So, a solution might help others as well.
In a CAD/CAM environment, the mouse wheel button (not the middle mouse button!) is used for panning and rotating views.
- not pushing down the mouse wheel and rolling it up and down usually zooms in/out.
- pushing and holding the mouse wheel button while moving the mouse around tilts/rotates the view.
As an alternative, it would be fine to push AND HOLD, the middle button, but also being able to scroll.
Hope this is not described too complicated
Appreciate any help.
Greets from snowy Bavaria.
If the scroll wheel acts as a button it is usually doing a middle click
Have you already tried to assign the middle click action to something like the three finger click?
Thanks for your reply, Andreas.
Unfortunately my cad-mouse has a left, right and middle "real" button, AND additionally the mouse-wheel button. So I was able to rearrange my buttons.
Funnywise something strange happens, when I use one of my cad/cam-SW.
Usually I push the middle button and drag around, which results is seeing my cad model moving around "in time". Now I assigned the middle mouse button via BTT. The first time I push the middle mouse button, I see the mouse pointer changing into orbit-mode (so far so good), than I can seamlessly rotate my object (still good so far). The second time I do the same thing, the pointer also changes, but the model won't rotate "live", but it just sits there. Once I release the mouse button, the object jumps into the position it should, which is pretty bad though. With my standard mouse everything works fine though