ManInCool

Hi there Spine team!

I noticed a functionality in the editor that I doubt to be intentional:

When I'm editing the animation curves in the Graph View during animation, I can scroll to zoom and enlarge the view. Then I can Alt+Scroll to zoom in only vertically. Which is very important because sometimes the curves are too small to clearly see them by just zooming in. However, each time I zoomed in vertically with Alt+scroll, and afterwards I do one edit on the curve (moving the keyframe or the Bezier handles for example), the vertical zoom jumps back to the standard value. So after each modification I have to zoom back in, which gets a little bit annoying when you have several fine edits to do or are experimenting to get the best curve.

Video: https://i.gyazo.com/4b51162ead80d758a99e6cd54a61c6e5.mp4


ManInCool
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Nate

This is happening because you have auto frame on. Auto frame is often useful and tries to be smart about not changing the view in some cases, but sometimes it can still be annoying. To turn it off click Auto in the graph. You can still frame your curves manually by clicking Frame.
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