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Rotate?

Discussion in 'Editor & General Support' started by robertseadog, Aug 14, 2005.

  1. robertseadog

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    Is it me, or doesn't rotate work like it should in UNIty 1.04? [im talking about scene rotation here..] I would like it to rotate around center, preferably with Option + left-click like in Maya.

    Thanks in advance!

    (would be neat having it like Maya for us artists :D )
     
  2. Joachim_Ante

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    Not exactly sure what you are talking about. Rotation does rotate around the center.
    Can you give a more specific example of when it doesn't do what you expect?
     
  3. robertseadog

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    Well Im using a three button mouse, and I just can't rotate around the scene allowing me to see all the angles and move around..Started unity just now you see and can't get it to work..

    Im gonna read through the tutorial again, It should be a simple matter?
     
  4. Joachim_Ante

    Joachim_Ante

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    Trying using the menu item Edit ->frame selected on an object first, then rotate around it just like in maya using alt - mouse drag.
     
  5. robertseadog

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    Ahh, that worked like a charm.. Maybe you could make this work with the entire scene also? By making a centerpoint in the viewport that can be mooved around? Would make things go a little faster...
     
  6. robertseadog

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    My Bad, works like a charm now!