1.3 Suggestions

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-==Suggestions to improve 1.3== 
Hi everyone. Click edit at the top of the page to edit this page. Type an asterisk to start a bullet list - please format different points to different bullets, like in Word etc. Feel free to add your comments to any points, too, in square brackets. If you add your forums username too, that would be much appreciated. Thankyou for your time! Hi everyone. Click edit at the top of the page to edit this page. Type an asterisk to start a bullet list - please format different points to different bullets, like in Word etc. Feel free to add your comments to any points, too, in square brackets. If you add your forums username too, that would be much appreciated. Thankyou for your time!
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 +==Suggestions to improve 1.3==
 +*Motion momentum : it works now with speed (2 dimensions) and rotation in heading. It would be great to extend it to zoom motion and to tilt and bank rotations.
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 +*Mode indication : I did not see any indication (other than inside the View menu, which is not visible in normal use) of which modes are selected (motion momentum, point to go, planet axis lock, gravity, bank). It would be good to have it in the toolbar, with a clickable selection/unselection button for each. Also shortkeys for the new modes could be useful.
 +*Planet axis locked : I don't understand very well the purpose of this mode. It seems that the planet axis is not really locked, except whith left button horizontal clik&drag (moving esatwards or westwards along a parallel). Vertical dragging controls moving northwards or southwards (along a meridian) in which case the planet axis is rotating...
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 +In this mode, when the planet axis is horizontal on the screen, it would be better if the movement was in the same orientation as the planet (i.e. when moving the mouse up or down, moving esat/west on the earth, not north/south as when the planet axis si vertical).
 +*With motion momentum, it seems that the axis is not locked even when selected.
 +*Planet "Gravity" : isn't it planet inertia ?

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