Nodes moving and disapearing from Network view

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Marcelo F C Gomes

27 Mar, 2013 09:01 PM


I'm running Nodebox 3 under Ubuntu 11.10 and I have a recurring issue of loosing my nodes from time to time in the network panel. After moving and zooming for a while, the left most nodes end up out of the panel and even zooming completely out I cannot recover them. The same happens with Grouped nodes from time to time. When I try to edit the child nodes, I can see the lines coming in to the group but the nodes itself are outside the borders of the Network Panel and I can't access them.

How can I move the panel itself, instead of moving the nodes around? For instance, if I am zoomed in in a particular region and I want to go left/right/up/down to access the nodes that are there, how can that be done without having to zoom out of the current region and zooming in on the new one?

Thank you for your attention,

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Frederik De Ble... on 24 Apr, 2013 08:47 AM

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    You can pan the viewer and the network by holding the spacebar.

    From the GUI Documentation page:

    • Use the scroll wheel to zoom the view in or out.
    • Hold the spacebar to pan the view.
    • Right-click and choose “Reset View” to reset the view back to 100% zoom.
  2. Frederik De Bleser closed this discussion on 24 Apr, 2013 08:47 AM.

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