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Disable Perspective View in Cura

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Hello,

I was hoping there was a way disable perspective viewing mode and have it be orthographic. This is very useful when trying to fit multiple large prints onto the bed. Provides a much clearer picture of the relative location of the parts.

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For mechanical design, perspective views are rarely turned on in CAD software.  It is generally seen as a detriment for the kind of reason @pa9k mentioned.

What would be nice are a set of hot keys that center and zoom the model/build area from each of the orthographic viewpoints.

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In my professional engineering life we have never used perspective except for maybe some renderings.

 

It makes sense otherwise when looking from the front or side when trying to fit a part in the envelope of the printer.

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