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Re: Kicad gestures
If we’re going to allow editing of zoom, etc., then yes we’ll need a more expressive GUI than just the “type a new key” editor we have now.
But that would all be in Preferences. Note that what I’m doing now is just for List HotKeys, not Edit HotKeys.
> On 12 Jun 2019, at 16:45, Jon Evans <jon@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> In my opinion, it would be more powerful to break out the individual settings rather than keep around "touchpad pan mode", so that everyone can be happy. I think this is the only solution when there are so many different ways people could be used to coming from different applications.
> Altium's approach (maybe overkill):
> On Wed, Jun 12, 2019 at 11:38 AM John Beard <john.j.beard@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:john.j.beard@xxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
> On 12/06/2019 16:28, Reece R. Pollack wrote:
> > Most applications I've used provide these "gestures" with the mouse wheel:
> > Pan up/down: no modifier
> > Zoom in/out: Control
> > Pan left/right: Shift
> This is exactly how it works in "touchpad pan" mode (an option in the
> preferences panel).
> If you have a 2D scroll wheel (or a touchpad that emulates one, hence
> the name), you don't even need Shift for left/right.
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