Roll the 3D view?

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    Wishgranter
    Hi Aaron Curtis

    can use LMB and RMB pressed and move the view.
    If get "stuck" use the SCENE menu ( when have 3D view selected ) and click on RESET VIEW button..
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    Aaron Curtis
    Yes, I know that LMB pans in the ground plane, and RMB orbits the pivot point using pitch and yaw.

    As far as I can tell, there is no way to roll, other than ctrl+dragging an image which is taken rolled relative to the ground plane. This means that if you take a photo which is not parallel to the ground plane, and ctrl+drag it to the 3D view, then your view will be crooked until you reset it. So basically the ctrl+drag to 3d view feature is useless for images that are not taken landscape.
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    Aaron Curtis
    Screenshots to illustrate the problem. (EDIT: fix screenshots)

    If you ctrl+drag an image that was taken portrait (most of mine are) to the 3d view, you end up rolled sideways:

    screen17.jpg


    And then you can't roll back because there is no roll control and you're screwed:

    screen18.jpg
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    Wishgranter
    Hi Aaron Curtis

    can use LMB and RMB pressed and move the view = press them BOTH on same time and start to explore....

    For the rotated view use teh RESET VIEW button in contextual window when in 3D view
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    Aaron Curtis
    Holding RMB and LMB at the same time doesn't seem to do anything on my system. It just either pans -- same as holding LMB on it's own.

    Are you sure that RMB + LMB is supposed to roll the camera? If so, there is a bug.
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