As far as I know, you can do this with any controller button or custom radial menu. The GUI Button Menu allows configuration under Buttons...3Dconnexion...Dominant On/Off. Any of those functions can also be assigned to custom radial menu slices. I have button 4 dedicated to Dominant On/Off on my SpaceMouse Pro, and you should be able to assign one of those options to a SpaceNavigator button.Reprobus wrote: ↑Sun Jun 15, 2014 1:30 pmHi, I'm using the wireless version of the connexion mouse, I'd like to restrict axis with the radial menu or a keyboard short-cut. I know this functionality is in the Space Pro, I'm hoping it can be extended to the wireless version of the connexion mouse ? I'd like to move an object on the Z axis without it rotating as it does when I move an object in the Z axis, requiring me to rotate the object vertically and get it aligned on screen when I move it on the z axis.
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