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Cura gets stuck Panning on OS X

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I've used Cura many many times/week for a little over a year now and I've always had this silly problem where it eventually gets stuck in panning mode.

From the Cura Manual we see:

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My problem is as though my Shift key is stuck pressed. That is my right-clicks in Cura cause pans, not rotations. If I exit Cura and relaunch it, then it works as per the manual again, until something locks it back in to panning.

My system's running OS X 10.11. I'm on Cura 15.04.4. This problem has persisted through a number of upgrades and the like. So I really think this is something in Cura. I've search in Google and the forums here for a discussion on this, as I figure it must be a common topic, but I haven't found the right question to ask as I haven't seen it mentioned anywhere.

<Sarcasm>

I most prefer dogmatic tribal responses that condescendingly decree my problem is my operating environment. I've already tried burning down my house and cutting on myself to atone.

</Sarcasm>

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