After hitting OK when creating detail and section views, Annotation prompts you to position the view on the drawing. But at that point you are locked out from any changes in the view, so if you are zoomed in on a view, you have to place the new view on top of the existing view and then move it later.
I Cannot reproduce your problem. When i create a new detail or section view, i can always zoom or pan the drawing.
I had never been able to do any zooming and panning. I use a Spaceball, it does not respond at all once I complete the section or detail view and then I need to place it on the drawing. I also right-clicked to try to get to the Viewing menu, but that doesn't come up. And I tried the icons in the Viewport toolbar-they don't work either.
But, after reading your email I played with it some more and found that the scroll wheel on my mouse does work to zoom, and the right-mouse-button can be used to pan. Thanks.
However, I would still like to see those other methods of zooming and panning work-I don't understand why they wouldn't.
OK, I rarely use the SpaceMouse in Annotation, so I did´nt see the problem.
Zooming and panning with a 2D Mouse always works.
I just adapted the title to the restriction we have. Using the SpaceMouse is causing the problem.
Certainly the SpaceMouse is a problem. But none of the icons for changing the view (fit, zoom, etc.) work either, and there is no view menu when right-clicking with the mouse either.
Works fine for me with a SpaceNavigator or conventional mouse. Maybe it is a driver or OS issue? I am using Windows 7 x64, CEDM 18.1 M040. My 3DConnexion software says release version 3.13.0, driver version 6.13.0 and firmware version 4.04.
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