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Navigation bar and direct support of 3D mice in AutoCAD.

A - answer The AutoCAD 2011 user interface contains also a new navigation bar with quick access to the most common navigation commands. This vertical bar in the drawing window is controlled through the NAVBAR command, or with the NAVBARDISPLAY variable.

Users of 3D mice (3D mouse controller) by 3dconnexion have one additional command in this panel. AutoCAD 2011 directly supports these popular 3D controllers and so you don't need anymore to install any support software to manipulate directly with your AutoCAD scene. Using the dialog "3dconnexion settings" you can set the sensitivity and other parameters of rotation, zoom, tilt, etc.

Navigation bar (CZ version) Setting up 3D mouse (CZ version)

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See also:
Tip 10167:Keyboard shortcuts in Autodesk Fusion 360.
Tip 10165:Changing the orbit mode inside the 3DORBIT command.
Tip 7541:How to record an AutoCAD walkthrough to an AVI file animation?
Tip 6729:Quick and easy animation of AutoCAD 3D models.
Tip 5976:Keyboard shortcuts defined in AutoCAD.

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