"Middle Button" Plug-in for ZBrush 4R6
Hello, I want to offer you the plug-in for ZBrush 4.6 (PC version) which allows to use the middle mouse button for navigation in a viewport in drawing/editing modes.
You can use one of three presets of key patterns for panning/rotation/scaling on the "Presets" tab in a plug-in window.
On the "Shortcuts" tab you can to see key patterns for the current preset, and also can set the combinations for preset "Custom".
Don`t forget to press "Apply" button after change of key patterns to save it in "Custom" preset.
The behavior of the program in case of navigation with a switched on plug-in similar to behavior in the "Blender" program, i.e.
if you release a keyboard shortcut in case of being executed action of panning/rotation/scaling, action won't be cancelled/changed while shortcut key on a mouse is pressed.
I hope my plug-in will be useful for you.
To install unzip files to \ZStartup\ZPlugs folder.
Please report bugs to email@example.com
Very usefull tool !
Thanks for this amazing gift !
I had to take the time to thank you for this glorious gift to humanity and zbrush users... was driving me nuts
Thanks, greatly appreciated.
Amazing gift indeed! Many thanks!
thank you very much !!! ^_^
I' m gonna try it and I will can say more,
thank u again !
Great for navigation on models, just what was needed.
Just one question - Does it saves your custom settings & where?
Thank you, much appreciated.
Hi, thank you for response.
Plug saves custom settings in "\ZStartup\ZPlugs\MiddleButton\custom.zvr" file.
Originally Posted by GothicGrin
In the latest version of ZBrush shortcuts of scaling carry out zoom in tool editing mode.
Originally Posted by RAMWolff
I waited for this for such a long time.
It's like walking with two legs again.
Using the Cintique 21ux side stripes for zooming is now happening by default, like in all other apps, as it should be.
This brings zbrush a little step towards world standard UI.
THANK YOU SO MUCH.
align of shift
lost the alignment viewport of press shift
It works as follows: you press "rotate" shortcut, start rotating then press "Constrain to 90-degree" shortcut and align viewport.
Originally Posted by zhangligang