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Another interesting and convenient behavior that affects some of the controls is that cursor movement is not limited by screen size. This is easiest to demonstrate with the Pan control. To see this:
- Click and hold Zoom, and then draw the mouse towards you to zoom in close on the model.
- Click and hold Pan, and then drag the cursor across the screen.
Notice that the cursor leaves the screen, and then instantly appears on the opposite side.
You can pan more with one hand motion before you have to reposition your hand on the mouse pad. The limiting factor is the mouse pad and cursor speed or acceleration, not the screen size. While this may seem insignificant, it all adds up. This feature may take a little getting used to when you are used to the Pan cursor stopping against the edge of the screen.
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