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Scrolling on Mac OSX 10.8.3 #424

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tomgreeEn opened this Issue · 9 comments

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@tomgreeEn

Hi there

I don't seem to be able to scroll around my map on Mac OSX 10.8.3. When I hold down space bar I get the hand cursor - but it doesn't let me drag around the window, so I can't see all of my design without zooming very far out, or selecting all and moving it around the space so that it's in the centre for the next zoom, which isn't ideal

Is this a known issue, or am I doing something wrong?

Cheers

Tom

@bjorn
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Did you try any other methods than holding space bar? Like pressing the middle mouse button or dragging the scroll bars?

@tomgreeEn
@bjorn
Owner

@tomgreeEn Please note that email replies will become comments on the bug report on GitHub. Have a look at how that turned out (probably due to your signature), you may want to edit your post a little. Also, unfortunately it seems attachments in those emails are dropped. Please attach the image on GitHub (you can just drag it into the comment field).

@tomgreeEn

arh! thanks for the heads up. Image now attached
Screen Shot 2013-04-26 at 08 55 28

@bjorn
Owner

Did you make sure that the size of your map is large enough to hold all your objects? For seeing the boundaries of your map you can turn on the tile grid. Maybe try resizing your map as appropriate (warning: objects falling outside of the bounds of a map after resize will be automatically removed).

@bjorn
Owner

Hmm, in fact that is for sure the problem as you can see it from the minimap. It seems you also have some objects at negative offsets so before resizing the map you may want to move your objects into the positive coordinate space to make sure they don't get removed.

It would probably make sense to allow scrolling beyond the boundaries of the map when there are objects outside of it.

@tomgreeEn

Thank you. I see how I've been using it incorrectly now. I will resize the map. Can you explain a bit more which you mean about negative offsets before I make the change?

@bjorn
Owner

You can see on the mini-map that some objects on your map are beyond the left and top borders. That's what I mean with them having a negative offset.

Edit: to be a bit more clear, the origin 0,0 is at in the top-left corner, so these objects will have negative x and/or y coordinates.

@tomgreeEn

many thanks. I have it now

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