Feature request #3629
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Seems to me that the double click event is unassigned when in the map canvas. Would be nice to be able to zoom in a step on the cursor position by double-clicking in the map, regardless of active tool (pan, info etc.).
#2 Updated by Médéric RIBREUX over 4 years ago
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Hello, bug triage...
I am not sure what to do with this feature request...
Apparently, double-click on canvas is still unaffected (perhaps for a good technical reason) in QGIS 2.13 master... But it is not necessarily a bad thing ! For zooming in, I prefer to use the mouse scroll wheel which is much more useful (I can zoom in/out, centered on the position of the mouse even when I am moving some features with edit tools).
What do you think about this ? Should we try to implement the double-click zoom in or kept the behaviour like it is now ? If it is technically complex to implement it, I suggest to close this feature request with a won't fix.
#3 Updated by Sebastian Dietrich over 4 years ago
How about to have the double click activate a "secondary tool"?
Some users want a double click to be Zoom in, some might want it to be Zoom out and I am sure there are others. For our company it would even be a self-written tool. So why not give users the option to select a "secondary tool" that is fired upon double click?