Crocodilum

Hello!

I'm using Spine 3.7.94, on Win10.

I noticed a weird behavior, I just wanted a confirmation.

Previously on the 3.6 and before, when zooming with the wheel mouse on the dopesheet timeline, the zooming was centering on the current selectionned frame.



Now... It's blocked on centering on the first frame no matter where the current selected frame is. I don't get it.

Hmm... I noticed it's happening everytime the very first keyed frame is visible. Once it's off screen, the behavior is acting normally.
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Nate

The post 3.6 behavior is intended to be better. For many (most?) animations you don't want to scroll horizontally because they fit on your screen horizontally. With the old behavior, the mouse wheel pushed frame 0 off screen and was often not what you wanted, requiring scrolling to get it back. If the new behavior bothers you, could could scroll slightly (eg right click drag) so frame 0 is off screen, then mouse wheel.
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Nate hat geschrieben:could scroll slightly
:'( No
Ok, too bad.

I'm wondering why the zoom couldn't be exactely on the cursor position (on this dopesheet zone). I mean, without taking in account first frame or event current selected frame. Just, you put your cursor on image 21, and spine is zooming itself from this point.
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Nate

It could, but that would cause frame 0 to go off screen, which is usually not what you want. Instead of the common case being mouse wheel + right click drag to get frame 0 back, the common case is just mouse wheel (frame 0 is not pushed off screen). The less common case of wanting to zoom to the mouse cursor position can still be had via right click drag, then mouse wheel.
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Nate hat geschrieben:It could, but that would cause frame 0 to go off screen, which is usually not what you want.
Actually, I don't really care of my frame 0, on what I'm working. Once my first keys are fixed, I'm working with the rest of the animation. But I don't need to see the keys on frame 0.
Nate hat geschrieben:The less common case of wanting to zoom to the mouse cursor position can still be had via right click drag, then mouse wheel.
Yeah okay, I'll use those two.
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