This app disables gestures so you can use your Right Mouse Button (RMB) to orbit the viewport without holding SHIFT key.


This app is for you if

  • you're not a big fan of gestures (like me) or
  • you don't have middle mouse button or
  • you don't like to press and hold it.


Your RMB will work as normal.

If you need support or just want to drop a comment or a suggestion visit this dedicated thread.

About This Version

Version 1.6, 5/2/2022
Fix for Fusion360 2.0.12665 - March 2022 Update

Customer Reviews

17 reviews
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  • Awesome, but...
    Eduardo Ruiz | June 20, 2022 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Everything its fine but when you select a group and try to move it (Shift + Right click), it flips the group or do another stuff depending on what screen you are (Schematic, 2d PCB or 3d PCB).  

  • Thank god for this essential tool!
    Daniel Brenndörfer | June 19, 2022 Verified Download (What's this?)

    I really did not want to spend 150€ on a Spacemouse. Together with Logitech Options to put the middle mouse button somewhere other than the mouse wheel, this makes the pan&rotate work just like expected, without the need to press shift - wait - press scrollwheel - accidentaly scroll - scroll back - try again until it works...

  • Essential!
    Jan Liska | April 07, 2021 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Thank you so much for this app. The default shifty orbit is really weird and RMB gestures can be nightmare for anyone using multiple 3D SW.

  • Perfect simplicity
    Mark Ping | January 20, 2021 Verified Download (What's this?)

    This makes Fusion mouse actions the same as all my other 3D tools.  Thank you so much!

  • Mac version
    Hervé ufo | December 09, 2020 Verified Download (What's this?)


    Mr. Smith | December 22, 2020


    Jakub User | January 07, 2022


  • Awesome!
    Ondra Grill | December 03, 2020 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Good job man. Thank you.

  • Not the same as tinnkercad
    phazei phazei | September 20, 2020 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Glad I just found this.  The ThinkerCad option disables the circular part of the context menu for whatever reason.  This here keeps the same menu as normal so I prefer it.  Thanks

    Pawel N (Publisher) | September 21, 2020

    I'm glad to hear that, I was about to remove this addon from the store :)

  • Works fine! Tinkercad settings?
    Thomas A | July 29, 2020 Verified Download (What's this?)

    The add-in seems to work fine (loading, using and unloading). Interesting that you use Autohotkey.

    I just found that the Tinkercad mouse setting basically does the same though (maybe this setting is quite new?).

    It puts gestures on shift+RMB.

    Pawel N (Publisher) | July 29, 2020

    You are actually right. The Tinkercad mouse setting must showed up after NoGesturesNoShift.

  • Love it!!
    scott f | April 19, 2020 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Hated that old menu, so many times a chose an option by mistake!

    Amazing, Thanks!

  • brilliant - thank you so much
    darren darren | January 23, 2020

    this is such a major and simple to use add on - terrific.  It should be a standard feature

  • great addon !
    onion mk2 | January 22, 2020 Verified Download (What's this?)

    this is a great addon. Thank you.

  • Awesome
    SKIOLD NINO | December 31, 2019 Verified Download (What's this?)

    That's what I was looking for. Great Job!

  • Very goog!
    Marek Belusa | December 25, 2019 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Great add-on

  • Definitely a must have.
    Steve Amalfitano | October 14, 2019 Verified Download (What's this?)

    I mean, who uses gestures anyway!?

  • Great add in
    Lacee Lamphere | March 28, 2019 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Thank you!

  • Awesome!
    Morgan Stenqvist | January 29, 2019 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Thank you so much for this.

  • Awesome!
    Steve Kain | September 29, 2018 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Man, I don't use the gestures and pressing shift was always such a pain. I looked through the settings and couldn't believe this wasn't an option. I just kind of accepted it as an annoyance with Fusion.

    Then today I stumbled on your add-in and I love it! Does exactly what it says. Install it and you can click-drag with the right mouse button to orbit. But you can still right click objects in the window and get the full context menu functionality.

    Thanks so much for this.

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