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Scrolling in Visionlab

Posted: Thu, 30th Oct 2008, 4:13pm

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SGB

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This has been bothering me for a while. Why is it that I can't scroll using the scroll wheel on my mouse in Visionlab? It's the only program I use that doesn't support scrolling with a mouse. I have to drag the sliders, which can be quite frustrating. I'm fairly certain that it's not just a problem with my computer, because so far I've use Visionlab on three different computers, and have always had the same problem.

I'd think it'd be fairly simple to add support for scrolling?

Thanks,

SGB
Posted: Thu, 30th Oct 2008, 6:28pm

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Axeman

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Lack of scroll wheel support on the Mac versions of the products is a limitation of third-party software used during development, if I recall correctly.
Posted: Thu, 30th Oct 2008, 6:41pm

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SGB

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Thanks -

Does it look like the team will be updating/replacing the third-party software? If I recall, use of third-party software is also preventing the Lab line from being a universal binary.
Posted: Thu, 30th Oct 2008, 8:41pm

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Axeman

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I have no info as to timeframes or anything, but to the best of my knowledge yes, they do plan on avoiding that third-party software in future development.
Posted: Thu, 30th Oct 2008, 10:12pm

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jawajohnny

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I use Windows, and I'm not able to use the mouse-wheel either. I don't mind using the scroll bars, but using the wheel would be convenient.