Phil999 wrote:It seems that when you create or modify a profile for an application, the application has to restarted until the new profile takes effect. For Explorer:2D mouse/mouse wheel/reverse checkbox, I even had to reboot. Closing the explorer window was not enough, the mouse wheel direction was not reversed. This might be one of the 'traps' when first using this new software. If something doesn't work immediately, close and reopen the application, or, like with Explorer, reboot.
chaseacej wrote:I am trying to create a macro with the tab key in it and it keeps tabbing down to delete last. This had worked in the versions before 10 beta.
I've mapped the spaceexplorer left/right cap rotation to the application's left/right + left mouse button (2D Mouse) in the application profile. this is working fine to provide left & right rotation of the 3D view using the cap. But, if the cursor moves out of the application window or over application menus (due to slight over rotation) when controlled with the spaceexplorer, the controller behaves differently to the 2D mouse command it is emulating. For example, if the cursor moves over an application toolbar, it will begin to drag the toolbar as though the active CAD command had been escaped and left mouse button had been released and reactivated. Likewise if the cursor rolls out of the application window, the CAD application becomes inactive, desktop items are highlighted and become active; movement of the standard mouse with no left click then drags active desktop icons etc.
jwick wrote:What application?
We are working on a solution that is smart enough to know the boundaries of the window, so the mouse cursor won't leave the window. I suspect a lot of applications work this way.
Sorry, there would be no way for you to edit that once I create the macro.chaseacej wrote:The macro is to fill in a username, hit tab, then the password. Just use "username" and "password" for the text to type in.
We've just checked with WF5 and all seems well. Can you give a more detailed procedure (which button being pressed and what function is assigned to it)?I am using this in WF4 with my SpacePilot Pro and there seems to be quite a delay when pressing a button and the actual command carrying itself out. Along the lines of a few seconds.
Gone only temporarily. We'll restore the feature in a subsequent beta. We're tracking this internally as issue #5719.chaseacej wrote:In the older software when changing the sensitivity/speed the display of the SpacePilot Pro had the little popup window to show what the current speed was. Is this something that is gone now? That was a really nice feature to tell where your speed was.
We've just checked with WF5 and all seems well. Can you give a more detailed procedure (which button being pressed and what function is assigned to it)?
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