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*Elias, Jason
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spaceball, how to program iso view?

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11-06-2002 11:49 PM
Just got a Spaceball 2003, very cool.

How do I program "isometric view" to a button - it does not show up in the
list of available commands.

J
*Sponholz, Dan
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Re: spaceball, how to program iso view?

11-07-2002 01:55 AM in reply to: *Elias, Jason
You need to right-click on User Macros and select Add User Macro. Here you
will enter the key combinations that you would use to invoke the command in
Inventor. For Isometric View it would be Alt-V-I. Just type in a name for
your macro (Isometric View) then click in the User Macro window and press
Alt, then press V, next press I, and finally click the Save button. Then
drag your Isometric View macro and drop it on the Spaceball button you want
to associate it to.

--
Dan Sponholz
Mercury Marine


"Jason Elias" wrote in message
news:Xns92BF63F50A53306251984@10.2.100.1...
> Just got a Spaceball 2003, very cool.
>
> How do I program "isometric view" to a button - it does not show up in the
> list of available commands.
>
> J
*Elias, Jason
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11-07-2002 02:57 AM in reply to: *Elias, Jason
"Dan Sponholz" wrote in
news:FE643194EF8645CFF19286C4FC271FCB@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb:

> You need to right-click on User Macros and select Add User Macro.
> Here you will enter the key combinations that you would use to invoke
> the command in Inventor. For Isometric View it would be Alt-V-I.
> Just type in a name for your macro (Isometric View) then click in the
> User Macro window and press Alt, then press V, next press I, and
> finally click the Save button. Then drag your Isometric View macro
> and drop it on the Spaceball button you want to associate it to.
>
> --
> Dan Sponholz
> Mercury Marine
>
>
> "Jason Elias" wrote in message
> news:Xns92BF63F50A53306251984@10.2.100.1...
>> Just got a Spaceball 2003, very cool.
>>
>> How do I program "isometric view" to a button - it does not show up
>> in the list of available commands.
>>
>> J
>
>
>

Thanks Dan.

J
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