PyCharm Community 2019.1
Unlike many popular text/programming editors and IDE’s, PyCharm doesn’t by default let you change the font size by pressing Ctrl + Scrolling the mouse wheel.
To enable scroll-zoom in PyCharm:
- Go to File > Settings to open the Settings dialog
- In the Settings dialog, navigate to Editor > General
- Check the Change font size (Zoom) with Ctrl + Mouse Wheel option.
By default, the view-ports Camera view in Blender displays the view from the camera that is set as the scene’s Active Camera.
If you split the view and in the new view select a different camera and set it as the Active Camera, the view in other view-ports set to camera view will update to display the new Active camera.
In short, by default, it seems you can’t assign different camera views to different view-ports..
But you can…
You just have to unlock the wanted view-port from the scene’s Active Camera by de-activating this button:
When the Use the scene’s Active Camera and layers in this view button is de-activated, your allowed to set an Active Camera for the specific view-port without changing the scene’s Active Camera setting, therefore not affecting other view-ports displaying the camera view.
A lot of Python debugging frustration can be avoided by activating the ‘Show White Space and TAB’ option from the View > Show Symbol menu.
This view option displays yellow dots for White Spaces and yellow arrows for TAB indents in the script, and can save precious time locating places where the indentation is wrong.
- Create a camera.
- Press Ctrl + Alt + 0.
This command will align the Scene’s Active Camera to the view,
And not the camera that is selected as the Active Object.
To make the selected camera the active camera:
In the 3D View select:
View > Cameras > Set Active Object as Camera