Any bright ideas out there??? Everything was working except for the center wheel click (to pan), but a fresh battery solved it for me. Mouse wheel actions that you can use Here are the actions you can perform when MBUTTONPAN is set to the default of 1. No, it seems that the middle button's functionality stops working only once I'm in AutoCAD (currently using ver2007). have a peek here
Is there any way that we can set it permanently?Thank you. I know the button still works when pressed because when I change the button's Mouse Settings to--for example--switch between active/inactive windows outside of ACAD, it does that just fine. It saves having loads of Osnap modes permanently active and flashing symbols at me all the time. Reply 2 Kudos tsanders
Using AutoCAD LT 2016 Join Date Feb 2010 Location Oviedo, Florida Posts 4,445 Originally Posted by stopandgo Maybe it had something to do with the other User that was logged on--which Veneer Equip. Before posting your message, be sure to review our Forum Guidelines.
Turns out thebattery on my wireless mouse was low. Questions entered in the Knowledge Base Article comment form will not generate responses! Comment by Hodges,Kerrie Posted on 2013-04-23 03:53:53 how do I program the wheel tilt to do panning? Autocad Mouse Button Assignments When I put a new battery in the mouse the pan function worked a little, but slowly, so I tried another brand of battery and everything works fine now.
You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Autocad Mbuttonpan If you have something similar check to see that the Middle Button task is simply set to "Middle Button". Reply 1 Kudo Highlighted andremartin93g
Devices and Printers4. Autocad Middle Button Pan Logitech Reply With Quote 13th Apr 201012:39 pm #2 stevsmith View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Super Member Computer Details stevsmith's Computer Details Operating System:Windows 7 (64bit) Discipline Mechanical stevsmith's Discipline MBUTTONPAN is set to 1. thank you It happens to all of us.
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Dean SaadallahAutoCAD, LT and Architecture UserBlog | Google+ | PINSFacebook | Twitter | LinkedIn Reply 0 Kudos « Previous 1 2 Next » « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic Autocad 2013 Mouse Wheel Pan Not Working WOODWEB, Inc. 335 Bedell Road Montrose, PA 18801 Contact WOODWEB Knowledge Base: General Items Search/Browse Knowledge Base Most Recent Knowledgebase Additions Adhesives, Gluing, and Laminating All Related Articles Glues The wheel mouse drag function that should operate by pushing down the wheel and dragging does not work.
It also does it with a model as well.Thanks. I checked my mousewheel settings in Windows. ??????/ Reply 0 Kudos heinsite Post 7 of 40 Share Report Re: AutoCAD 2013 Mouse Wheel Pan Not Working Options Mark as New Reply 0 Kudos MuhammadNaveedAnjum Post 39 of 40 Share Report Re: AutoCAD 2013 Mouse Wheel Pan Not Working Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Autocad Mouse Wheel Zoom Direction It still scrolls normally on web pages and zooms in AutoCad.
Sandwich Isl. Properties7. All rights reserved Except where otherwise noted, work provided on Autodesk Knowledge Network is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. http://amptools.net/not-working/mouse-wheel-scroll-not-working-windows-7.html USB Receiver (which in my case is my keyboard and my mouse) >Properties5.Hardware > Select Mouse HID-Compliant6.
Reply 0 Kudos andremartin93g Post 25 of 40 Share Report Re: AutoCAD 2013 Mouse Wheel Pan Not Working Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print To reduced the image, roll the wheel toward you. Thanks again for the tips. That is probably the issue.
Setting the middle button as "click" does the trick. Comment from contributor A: I had the problem of not being able to pan till I discovered my new Microsoft mouse wheel button had an extra new function of sideways movement.