I like Inventor Fusion as it fits my needs perfectly, however I cant figure out how to use the camera tilt\pan properly.
When I hit Shift+Middle mouse button it tilts good, but when i try to pan around the object, the camera also ROLLS.
I would like the camera handling to be more like in 3dsmax, autocad or blender.
I google`d this an I cannot find a solution.
There must be a solution to this!
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I guess the "pan" here you mean is to orbit with a certain tilt angle.
If you are using Inventor Fusion 2013 then you can enable the compass below the view cube, just right click view cube to invoke properties dialog and check the compass option:
Please give us more information if this is not what you want, a video is prefered.
You can also using constraint orbit to do this if you are not using inventor Fusion 2013 and cannot find compass from view cube.
You need drag the handle of auxiliary circle when doing constraint orbit.
I want to Orbit around the object with Mousewheel + shift Without the camera rolling.
like it does in Autocad.
I am using Inventor Fusion 2013 and, I always use the compass under the Viewcube but how does that change how the camera handles?
Have you not noticed how Mousewheel + shift behaves very differently in Inventor fusion and autocad?
Please try contrained orbit setting? Does this behave more like what you wnat?
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It googled constrained orbit and came up with this:
On the ribbon, click View tab Navigate panel Constrained Orbit
I changes the behavior of Shift + Mousewheel, to just like it is in autocad!
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