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    Default Qwt 4.2.0 BUG?

    Hi,

    I am using Qwt 4.2.0 with Qt 3.3.6.

    I have a plot and a plotzoomer. When I zoom in on the plot and then right click, the plot automatically zooms out to the plot zommer's base values.

    Can someone pls confirm this ?

    Thaks a lot.

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    Default Re: Qwt 4.2.0 BUG?

    Quote Originally Posted by munna
    When I zoom in on the plot and then right click, the plot automatically zooms out to the plot zommer's base values.
    It's not a bug:
    QwtEventPattern::MouseSelect2 or QwtEventPattern::KeyHome unzoom to the initial size.
    This might disable that behavior:
    Qt Code:
    1. zoomer->setMousePattern( QwtEventPattern::MouseSelect2, Qt::NoButton );
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