UV Layout problem

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  11 November 2012
UV Layout problem

Hi,

I'm learning about UV Layout to make my UV skin...but I have a little question (it seems totally newbie, but anyways I don't find anything in google...)

I want to move my selected mesh, but I need to use the mouse's middle wheel button, but my mouse only have two buttons because is a magic mouse from mac.

Is there another way to move the meshes???

Thank you for answer
 
  11 November 2012
Ok, finally i found the solution into the uvlayout web...copy/paste for someone that looking for this info

No MMB
Normally to move UV points around, you hold down Ctrl or Shift and click'n'drag the MMB. If you are doing lots of manual tweaking of UVs, the MMB click'n'drag can be a strain on your mouse hand, so you have the option in that situation to go into No MMB mode; tick this option, and you can move UVs simply with the Ctrl or Shift keys. If you have Hold selected, you have to hold down the Ctrl or Shift keys while moving the UVs. Select Tap, and you tap the keys to start moving the UV points, and tap again to release the points.
Thanks! ^^
 
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