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Topic Title: Commands for scrolling with the mouse wheel
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Created On: 05/07/2021 12:50 PM
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 Commands for scrolling with the mouse wheel   - thalon - 05/07/2021 12:50 PM  
 Commands for scrolling with the mouse wheel   - wristofdoom - 05/07/2021 01:39 PM  
 Commands for scrolling with the mouse wheel   - thalon - 05/10/2021 01:26 PM  
 Commands for scrolling with the mouse wheel   - Lunis Orcutt - 05/07/2021 05:45 PM  
 Commands for scrolling with the mouse wheel   - brooklyn cabin - 05/27/2021 11:51 AM  
 Commands for scrolling with the mouse wheel   - wristofdoom - 05/07/2021 06:33 PM  
 Commands for scrolling with the mouse wheel   - Mphillipson - 05/09/2021 11:16 AM  
 Commands for scrolling with the mouse wheel   - Edgar - 05/09/2021 12:35 PM  
 Commands for scrolling with the mouse wheel   - kkkwj - 05/10/2021 02:09 AM  
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Hi Mark, I have a standard Microsoft fat mouse and have had mouse wheels that tilt left and right for years. For the most part, the tilting is pretty useless for me. It would scroll windows left/right if the bottom scroll bar was showing, but how often does that happen? Not often, for me.

 

I also have the wheel click (like Edgar mentioned above), but I never use it. You click to put an anchor marker on the screen, and then move the mouse up/down/left/right to start smooth scrolling. The farther from the anchor you move, the faster the scrolling proceeds.



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