View Poll Results: will you upgrade to 2015 ?

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  • yes, of course

    102 41.13%
  • yes, the upgrade is worth it

    35 14.11%
  • no, too few features

    30 12.10%
  • no, way too few Modeler improvements

    27 10.89%
  • no, still waiting for integration

    18 7.26%
  • no, but maybe if we get a point upgrade

    22 8.87%
  • skipping this one

    14 5.65%
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Thread: LightWave 2015 - upgrade ?

  1. #211
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    Double click deselect? Didn't like it. Modelling fast and using that will have RSI, and with lightwave having no undo for selection its double wammy.
    I've had deselect mapped to "q" since lw 9.

  2. #212
    Quote Originally Posted by lightscape View Post
    Double click deselect? Didn't like it. Modelling fast and using that will have RSI, and with lightwave having no undo for selection its double wammy.
    I've had deselect mapped to "q" since lw 9.
    LW 2015.2 now has Dobleclick deselect as menu option (On/Off checkmark) and it has new drop/restore selection tool (way of selection undo) so all that is covered/fixed now and flexible .
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  3. #213

    that's good, using a Wacom i think i'm unlikely to use the double-click feature,
    think i'll stick to the middle-click option i currently use...

    that said, the 2015 deselect method might be a very nice option when using a mouse... \ :)
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  4. #214
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    Quote Originally Posted by Triodin View Post
    BTW - That is awesome!
    Thanks!

  5. #215
    Most Wacom users have their rocker button set to Control at the back and Double Click at the front by default, over the years this is the commonest set of options I've seen advocated on forums for most efficient use, so the option to double click to deselect executed as an air click as opposed to just tapping (a single click) to execute a deselection seems relatively free from the possibility of RSI injury to me

  6. #216
    Schematic view acquired performance boost? It feels smoother to me. But text looks blurry... Any thought?

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