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Mouse Wheel Zoom Event Handling (Read 964 times)


A Dance with Monkeys

    The Principal of Least Surprise

     

    A single user-interface maneuver changing behavior mid-maneuver is a surprising event.

      I'm not about to argue against anything that Wikipedia says (Wink).  But I find it the same as learning that I can't hit "Ctrl+W" to close a tab in Firefox when that tab has a PDF displayed v. a run-of-the-mill HTML page. YMMV.

      “Everything you need is already inside.” -- Bill Bowerman


      A Dance with Monkeys

        Yep.  And two wrongs don't make a right. Smile

          I'm not about to argue against anything that Wikipedia says (Wink).  But I find it the same as learning that I can't hit "Ctrl+W" to close a tab in Firefox when that tab has a PDF displayed v. a run-of-the-mill HTML page. YMMV.

           

          +1.  Pages with Flash do that too.

          Well at least someone here is making relevance to the subject.

            I like kukabuka's suggestion: enable scrolling only when the map is maximized.  It's less complex than having it as a user option.  This change will be available in the next update.

              I like kukabuka's suggestion: enable scrolling only when the map is maximized.  It's less complex than having it as a user option.  This change will be available in the next update.

               

              This makes sense.

              Well at least someone here is making relevance to the subject.

              kukabuka


                I like kukabuka's suggestion: enable scrolling only when the map is maximized.  It's less complex than having it as a user option.  This change will be available in the next update.

                 

                Thanks Eric!  Looking forward to it.

                kukabuka


                  I'm not about to argue against anything that Wikipedia says (Wink).  But I find it the same as learning that I can't hit "Ctrl+W" to close a tab in Firefox when that tab has a PDF displayed v. a run-of-the-mill HTML page. YMMV.

                   

                  A little off topic, but this has always bugged me too, especially because it pops up a message window that you have to get out of (I'm assuming you're using Adobe Reader).  I'm using a free alternative called PDF-XChange Viewer now.  Faster than Adobe and has more features, including Ctrl+W to close out in a browser tab.

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