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Thread: Lock the Scale of a Viewport While Allowing Panning

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    Default Lock the Scale of a Viewport While Allowing Panning

    Summary: The ability to lock the scale of a viewport, while still allowing the ability to pan within the viewport

    Description: It would be nice if you could lock the scale (zoom factor) of a viewport, but still allow panning within the viewport.

    How Used: There are times when the scale (zoom) may be accurate in the viewport, but I need the ability to
    "slide" (pan) the view within the viewport.

    Feature Affinity: Drawing Tools 2D

    Submitted By: Chris Lindner on September 13, 2007

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    Exclamation Re: Lock the Scale of a Viewport While Allowing Panning

    Lock the Scale of a Viewport While Allowing Panning

    Summary: The ability to lock the scale of a viewport, while still allowing the ability to pan within the viewport

    Description: Typically, setting the proper viewport scale occurs first, then requires panning to position the desired viewable area within the viewport. At other times, the viewport's scale may be correct, but the view needs repositioned. It would be nice if you could lock the scale (zoom factor) of a viewport, but still allow panning within the viewport.

    Product and Feature: AutoCAD - Drawing Tools 2D

    Submitted By: Chris Lindner on 09/13/2007


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