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i don't know if i am the only one but after getting to know godot a lot more better i pity for the business future of most popular game engines of today. First and foremost, i will like to apologize to the dev of this great engine (and also you guys) for being so judgemental http://godotengine.org/qa/2287/godot-lack-api?show=2287#q2287 but that was due to me coming from unity and failing to realize that godot just started few years ago and unity have been existing for a very long time (My Apology). After watching gamefromscratch Godot Tutorials on YouTube i then came to to realize that i was just being selfish for my statement and that this engine is really powerful. So i have decided to stick with Godot (After months of working with unity) and i hope i won't regret my decision (definitely not). Mike also mentioned something like downloading and reviewing Godot from Stream which am definitely gonna do. The only problem i encountered while using the editor is that in 3D mode i can't pan freely, i am only stuck to one of the pre defined view (Top perspective, front perspective etc), i don't know if my mouse is not supported or my it's an error from my 64bit win10 pc, and i also noticed that live debugging does not work on my android device (mtk android 4.4) and even after exporting for android it does not install, it displays (App cannot be installed), Does anyone also experience these problems?

asked Apr 1, 2016 in Engine by ApiOverflow (13 points)

Don't worry, you're forgiven. No harm done. :)

That's a woeful wall-of-text.... Please, USE multiple paragraphs ☺

Also, it might be better to create a "share your story" question, and post most of this as an answer to it, while the rotation problem and android install problem should be different questions.

1 Answer

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You can rotate the camera with the middle button of the mouse.

answered Apr 1, 2016 by Gokudomatic2 (689 points)

my bad, i only have a 2 button mouse

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