I was working in Rhino3d and was having trouble using my G502 Logitech mouse. Somehow my spacepilot pro was interfering with the normal controls of my logitech mouse. I could only scroll up to the outside of a building but not scroll any further to go inside with my logitech mouse. I had to unplug my spacepilot to continue. Has anyone else had this problem? I did not find the spacepilot intuitive enough to do this efficiently with it. That, said the regular mouses functions should not be affected when the spacepilot is plugged in. What is the solution?

Please help.

I didn't find the right solution from the internet.

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The main user forum for Rhino is a better place for this type of question... https://discourse.mcneel.com/ , there's a hardware category as well in the Rhino for Windows section. 

This sounds like the 3DC device is resetting your zoom target in Rhino when you use it which is preventing you from zooming in where you want. The 3DC driver could need updating or the version of Rhino may need an update as the 3DC plugin ships with it. In Rhino 6 for Windows it is necessary to also download the latest driver from 3DC and install that too. I'd also try using the macro ZS to zoom selected in Rhino to reset the zoom target. 

I hope that helps. 

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