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How to Use the Navigate View Palette in Perspective View in 2020 Fusion

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Article Number000009455
TitleHow to Use the Navigate View Palette in Perspective View in 2020 Fusion
Applies to2020 Fusion
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Applies to

2020 Fusion

Issue

How to use the 'Navigate View Palette' in Perspective view. How to save view points.

Solution

The 'Navigate View Palette' in Perspective view has two modes:
(1) From / To
(2) Left / Right

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To change viewing point on From / To mode, follow the steps below:

1. Select Perspective View.

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2. Within the mini plan in the Navigate View palette,
Right click to set 'view from' (i.e. the point within the perspective view you wish to view from) and
Left click to set 'view to' (i.e. the point within the perspective view you wish to look at).

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3. This will change the viewing point within perspective view.


To change viewing point on Left / Right mode, follow the steps below:

1. Select Perspective View.

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2. Within the mini plan in the Navigate View palette, use the left and right mouse buttons to set the 'view to' focus boundaries.


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3. This will change the viewing point within perspective view.

Guide on using the Clipping Plane / 'View From' Height / 'View To' Height / View Angle.

Clipping Plane lets you exclude the view behind it. Giving Clipping Plane a higher number will bring the plane forward thereby cropping out the view behind it.


(Clipping Plane set to 1)
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Clipping Plane set to (100)
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'View From' Height & 'View To' Height lets you change the view level.
If the 'View From' Height value is higher than 'View To' Height value, the virtual camera would be looking downwards.
If the 'View From' Height value is lower than 'View To' Height value, the virtual camera would be looking upwards.

'View From' Height set to (2400) & 'View To' Height set to (500)
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'View From' Height set to (500) & 'View To' Height set to (2400)
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View Angle lets you change the angle of the virtual camera lens.
The lower the View Angle value, the narrower the view. If the View Angle has a lower value, the view is zoomed in and covers only a constricted area.
The higher the View Angle value, the wider the view. If the View Angle has a higher value, the view is wider thereby covering an extensive area.

View Angle set to (45)
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View Angle set to (100)

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View Points displays the views that are saved on a design within the perspective view.
If there are saved views on a design, they shall be visible in the View Points.
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If you wish to create View Points, please to the article on How to Save View in 2020 Fusion


Note: If you do not see the Navigate View palette, go to View > Click on Change View Point (Shortcut key: Ctrl + Shift + V)
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URL NameHow-to-Use-the-Navigate-View-Palette-in-Perspective-View-in-2020-Fusion

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