Issue: (Shared by Paul M)
I have a problem that I could use some help with. I just got a new computer to replace on I’ve had for years around here, which meant an installation of ACA 201X. I’ve just about got it set up the way I like it and pretty darn close to the way it was with 2013, with one exception. Somehow, I cannot remember how I did it, I had programmed the scroll wheel of my mouse to toggle the Ortho ON or OFF. I’d like to have that capability back. What is the easiest way to do that? I thought saving my cuix files and copying them over to the new system would accomplish that and any other customization I had done, but so far, clicking on the scroll wheel wants to initialize the Pan command. I don’t need that.
I’ve spend all morning looking at the discussion forums online trying to find anyone who’s had the same problem, but that’s been a huge waste of time. If you know of something I need to be doing or looking at to find a solution, I would greatly appreciate hearing about it.
Solution: (Shared by Paul M)
All the customization files I could look at in the CUI command had “Toggle Ortho” as the command to be invoked when clicking the 3rd Button, which I assume is the scroll wheel. That’s why I couldn’t understand why it wasn’t working. I found a discussion on the internet’s where somebody didn’t want the scroll wheel to issue the Pan command, which is what mine was doing.
Someone replied to change the MBUTTONPAN from 1 to 0. Once I did that, clicking the scroll wheel now toggles Ortho.