As I wrote above, I already used the article you gave me the link tochrisb wrote:You can configure different user interfaces for the mouse: https://www.freecadweb.org/wiki/index.p ... ouse_Model.
In a stable version, absolutely the same behavior. Also in 0.15, 0.14 ...chrisb wrote:You seem to have started with the unstable development version of FreeCAD.
That's why I warned that I have a bad English.chrisb wrote:I am sorry I misunderstood your post: You wanted to rotate off center at a specified point. And I am sorry again, I cannot help, I only can confirm the behaviour on my systems.
I'm afraid it wasn't your english, it was my sloppyness.dangerenok wrote: That's why I warned that I have a bad English.
I'm not familiar with SketchUp, by I think it is useful to have the possibility to rotate a object off center - as it is described in the docs.Well, that's okay. So you consider useful my idea with navigation in the style of "SketchUp, onscape"?
I think it is not FreeCAD, that causes the problem. It is the parametric thinking in 3D which is far more difficult than anything in 2D. FreeCAD lacks some documentation, that is correct; but instead we have a very active forum where individual help is provided.And in general, I think that Freecade is a very necessary and useful project, but not very friendly to beginners ((
That note is wrong; the cursor location at middle mouse button click determines the center of rotation when using Tools > View Turntable (or the View Turntable equivalent by releasing the mouse buttons while the cursor is moving). That is, if you haven't disabled it by changing the Edit > Preferences > Display (icon in left pane) > 3D View (tab at top of right pane) > Enable Animation tickbox from the default ticked (on) to unticked (off).dangerenok wrote:In the note it is written:
"Click first with the middle mouse button, hold it down, and then click the left mouse button and drag the mouse in the desired direction. The cursor location at the middle mouse button click determines the center of rotation."