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Camera Distance while spectating a game.

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  • Camera Distance while spectating a game.

    I am of course only talking about when actually spectating a game.
    When spectating a game in-client I would love it if it was possible to allow me to control the camera distance while allowing the caster (or whomsoever I choose) to control the camera movement.

    As it is now if I set the camera distance to my desired distance and then activate the camera of the caster, the camera zooms in to his (usually the default) value. And my mousewheel now does nothing for the camera distance. Couldn't you just allow me to use the mousewheel again here and completely ignore the distance settings of the caster's zoom?

    When spectating I really enjoy having the camera be further zoomed out than the default, since team fights are very often quite spacious.