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Version 3 - added PAN toggle button on tool bar, when pressed puts into "set" panning mode - no need to hold CNTRL key down. Select PAN button to exit this mode. Pressing and releasing CNTRL key exits "set" panning mode. ESC key press and release exits "set" panning mode.

Version 2 - code clean up and optimization

Many thanks to Devdas for the ScrollsLite code, my inspiration for MousePan.

For as long as I have used NT I have wanted the ability to pan around on the chart. I got used to using the control key to do the vertical and then use the control key to do the horizontal. I asked NT support why does the UI not offer the ability to hold the control key while on the graph and allow me to pan around... Panning around is what you do with google maps - we all know how to do that. Devdas introduced ScrollsLite the other day, but it did not offer exactly what I was looking for plus it has a little more than I need. So I started there and came up with MousePan. Install it on your Chart Panel, move the mouse to a location that you will not select a drawn item. For example don't move the mouse over a bar, keep it just off the bar. Next press the control key, then press the left mouse button. With both the control key and left mouse button pressed, drag the chart around, or pan around on the graph. Maybe someday the NT UI will have something like this built in. Again, many thanks to Devdas.


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