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hdn9298
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Viewport Panning Problems in Paperspace

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02-16-2012 03:44 PM

I am trying to make presentation sheets for my drawings using a single model space, and I am having trouble panning the contents of my viewport in order to do that.  At one point I was able to click inside the view port and pan with the middle mouse button.  For some reason now, every time I try to do that, the viewport it's nested in becomes active instead and I end up panning the entire paperspace (I don't know why the viewports are nested like that, my Professor arranged it that way and told me not to change it).

 

I ensured that the viewport I want to pan is unlocked, but that didn't change anything.  How do I pan my contents?

 

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Thanks.

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Jeff_M
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Re: Viewport Panning Problems in Paperspace

02-16-2012 05:00 PM in reply to: hdn9298

CTRL+R allows you to toggle Viewports

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hdn9298
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Re: Viewport Panning Problems in Paperspace

02-16-2012 06:40 PM in reply to: Jeff_M

Another good solution.  Thank you!

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