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Posted · Cura : Zoom to fit double clicking mouse wheel

It is pretty common in CAD programs to center the 3d model on the screen by doing this.

It would be great if this feature appears in the next version.

Thanks !

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Posted · Cura : Zoom to fit double clicking mouse wheel

There was some discussion here on the forum about zooming in based on the cursor position before 2.4 was released. That's a really usable feature. The double click functionality you describe is a feature in SolidWorks, although I never use it since pressing the "F" key accomplishes the same thing. Cura 2.6 Beta still does not have either of these.

Perhaps in 2.7??

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