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Restore Ctrl + mouse wheel function in Labview 2023 Q3

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Imagine my surprise when I did ctrl + scroll and it looked like I was doing a crash landing on my BD.

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@billko wrote:

Imagine my surprise when I did ctrl + scroll and it looked like I was doing a crash landing on my BD.


Hehe. Yeah it'll take some getting used to. I do like that they try to follow industry standard though instead of making up some real random control for zoom. In this case it cost some on the "scroll through cases" though. Otoh, i still meet many people that have no idea you can scroll through cases so to them it's a non issue.

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Editor.Zoom.BlockDiagram.MinFactor=2

; limit on zoom in...

Editor.Zoom.BlockDiagram.MaxFactor=1

; we don't want to zoom out too much

Editor.Zoom.MouseWheelGestureRequireShift=True

; switches shift for zooming\scrolling

;Editor.Zoom.BlockDiagram.Enabled=False

; optionally disable zoom completely

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wiebe@CARYA wrote:

Editor.Zoom.BlockDiagram.MinFactor=2

; limit on zoom in...

Editor.Zoom.BlockDiagram.MaxFactor=1

; we don't want to zoom out too much

Editor.Zoom.MouseWheelGestureRequireShift=True

; switches shift for zooming\scrolling

;Editor.Zoom.BlockDiagram.Enabled=False

; optionally disable zoom completely


Thanks! Good to know! They should be in the options though.

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@Yamaeda wrote:

wiebe@CARYA wrote:

Editor.Zoom.BlockDiagram.MinFactor=2

; limit on zoom in...

Editor.Zoom.BlockDiagram.MaxFactor=1

; we don't want to zoom out too much

Editor.Zoom.MouseWheelGestureRequireShift=True

; switches shift for zooming\scrolling

;Editor.Zoom.BlockDiagram.Enabled=False

; optionally disable zoom completely


Thanks! Good to know! They should be in the options though.


I won't hold my breath 🙄.

 

NI* didn't even give the info (or even tell us there is info) when explicitly asked for it.

 

It's resizeObjectsOnBlockDiagram=True all over...😁

 

* As a  company, I understand not everybody at NI knows these things, and not everybody can choose to share.

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wiebe@CARYA wrote:

It's resizeObjectsOnBlockDiagram=True all over...😁


It's what now?

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@Yamaeda wrote:

wiebe@CARYA wrote:

It's resizeObjectsOnBlockDiagram=True all over...😁


It's what now?


People have been asking about that, and it's there, but they won't tell.

Feels like somewhere a programmer is having a laugh at us.

wiebeCARYA_0-1702047279558.png

 

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o.O

Adding directly!

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What a treasure trove.  Thanks wiebe

 

Makes one wonder, why hide the block diagram resize? 

 

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wiebe@CARYA wrote:

Editor.Zoom.BlockDiagram.MinFactor=2

; limit on zoom in...

Editor.Zoom.BlockDiagram.MaxFactor=1

; we don't want to zoom out too much

Editor.Zoom.MouseWheelGestureRequireShift=True

; switches shift for zooming\scrolling

;Editor.Zoom.BlockDiagram.Enabled=False

; optionally disable zoom completely


Ctrl+0 is good to know, it resets to 100%.

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