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VictorBDEngineer
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Registered: ‎10-19-2010
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Zoom Settings

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07-20-2011 05:21 PM

Why does publisher not maintain the current zoom level when changing views? It most inconvenient having to zoom back in after changing a view. Is there anyway to maintain the zoom level?

 

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Victor Pringle

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dmjessup
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Registered: ‎06-26-2011
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Re: Zoom Settings

07-20-2011 05:41 PM in reply to: VictorBDEngineer

Simple fix for you. Right-click on the cube in the upper right-hand corner. Select properties. Uncheck  Fit to view on view change. OK and you're done.

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VictorBDEngineer
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Re: Zoom Settings

07-20-2011 07:06 PM in reply to: dmjessup

Thank you.

 

I had not been aware of that.

 

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Victor Pringle

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kondziorf
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Registered: ‎04-05-2013
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Re: Zoom Settings

04-01-2014 11:22 AM in reply to: dmjessup

I changed this and it works when using cube, but what about when I have views under keys 1, 2, 3 shortcuts? They apply fit to view and I don't want it. Can I change it there too?

 

P.S Its for Inventor not Publisher, didn't see that, but maybe fix will be the same for both

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