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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
701.6 In reply to 701.5 
Something like that :)
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 From:  eddi
701.7 In reply to 701.3 
Suuuuper, looks good
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 From:  Michael Gibson
701.8 In reply to 701.6 
Hi Pilou, That one isn't so easy, I won't be able to do anything like that very soon...

Maybe in the meantime if you bend your monitor around? :)

- Michael
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 From:  tyglik
701.9 In reply to 701.3 
Hi Michael,

>>I have added this for the next beta.
>>Under Options / View, there is a new button that will bring up
>>a dialog that lets you set the exact angles for the view direction for the 3D view.

When no objects are visible, the Reset button in the 3D viewport could reset view in accordance with the setting in a new dialog you mentioned above instead of reseting into hard-coded initial position. How do you feel about it?

Petr
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 From:  Michael Gibson
701.10 In reply to 701.9 
Hi Petr, under the current setup that won't work because that dialog is not static - when you open it up the values in it will reflect the current 3D view orientation, not just the last values that were entered there.

In fact, you can rotate your view around when the dialog is showing and the values will dynamically update to the current view orientation.

So the dialog itself does not maintain some different setting from the view, it's more of a reflection of the view so you can both see and edit the view angles there...

- Michael
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