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Zoom and Pan using the mouse

+44 votes
asked Feb 5, 2017 in Notion Feature Requests by bobchorley (460 points)
I am so used to using the mouse to zoom and pan in most software it is a real pain to have to go back to dragging scroll bars to move the score around. Now that Notion and Studio One are even more tightly integrated it would be really good to use the same kind of zoom/panning methods.

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+2 votes
answered Feb 6, 2017 by Skip Jones (162,440 points)
selected Apr 21, 2017 by AlexTinsley
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answered Dec 11, 2017 by LFO (2,990 points)
yes, it's perfect how it's implemented in Cubase..when middle click pressed arrow switches to "hand tool" useful to pan on big arrangements. currently middle click is taken for floating toolbar, but that could be implemented with right click on top of the drop menu, Logic Pro style.
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answered Aug 8, 2019 by Scoox (11,620 points)
Yes that would be great. ATM middle-click pops up a floating tool selector. IMO, the tool selector and what you are request here can co-exist. MiddleClick+Drag pans the view. MiddleClick button-up event opens the floating tool picker IF the mouse XY position at button-down is the same as at button-up time. Very easy to implement.
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answered Jan 4 by Sodium (450 points)
Any update on this? I've been using it on Cubase and Dorico and am wondering how i've been able to live without it for so long.