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When I try to add the model to the world, this don't release, why?

I've installed Gazebo from scratch.

But when I select a model, and I try to add the model to the world, this don't work. The model don't release, this always be attached to the cursor. But I had read from http://gazebosim.org/user_guide/started_gui.html:

"To add a model to the world, left-click on the desired model in the Insert Tab, and move the cursor to the World View. The model should be attached to the cursor. Move it to the desired location and left-click again to release. You can then use the Translate and Rotate modes to orient the model more precisely."

Please, help me!

When I try to add the a model to the world, this don't release, why?

I've installed Gazebo from scratch.

But when I select a model, and I try to add the model to the world, this don't work. The model don't release, this always be attached to the cursor. But I had read from http://gazebosim.org/user_guide/started_gui.html:

"To add a model to the world, left-click on the desired model in the Insert Tab, and move the cursor to the World View. The model should be attached to the cursor. Move it to the desired location and left-click again to release. You can then use the Translate and Rotate modes to orient the model more precisely."

Please, help me!

When I try to add a model to the world, this don't release, why?

I've installed Gazebo 1.3 from scratch.

But when I select a model, and I try to add the model to the world, this don't work. The model don't release, this always be attached to the cursor. But I had read from http://gazebosim.org/user_guide/started_gui.html:

"To add a model to the world, left-click on the desired model in the Insert Tab, and move the cursor to the World View. The model should be attached to the cursor. Move it to the desired location and left-click again to release. You can then use the Translate and Rotate modes to orient the model more precisely."

Please, help me!