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I cannot execute a "no-mouse "right click" in drawing.

I am trying to edit the views on a drawing and I do not have a mouse (using the touch pad).  I cannot open the view menu to do things like shading and showing hidden lines etc.  The ctrl-click works in the part tab, but not in the drawing tab. I am not in a position to add a mouse.  What is the solution

Answers

  • tim_hess427tim_hess427 Member Posts: 648 PRO
    This is likely computer specific. Can you share what kind of computer/OS you're using? On my computer "right-click" on my touchpad is accomplished by clicking with two fingers on the touchpad at the same time. I also have the bottom right corner of my touchpad set up as a "right-click".

    I would suggest looking at the touchpad settings on your computer to see how yours is set up.  
  • nick_papageorge073nick_papageorge073 Member Posts: 178 PRO
    Also to add, if you changed your default Onshape mouse preferences, it might physically be impossible to get certain functions with a trackpad. I had changed my default preferences to be the same as Creo, and it was not possible to rotate (or pan, I forget which one now) using the trackpad on my MacBook, as the middle button was required, and there is no middle button equivalent on the trackpad. I changed the default back to Onshape, and now it works.
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