I am looking for a blocking of the mouse wheel on Windows.
Different on another forum I find articles on the subject, but nothing really functional
We could write a plugin function for MBS Plugin to watch for events and block them.
J'ai télécharger le plugin, maintenant je ne comprend pas votre réponse .
Peux t'on utilisée le plugin tel qu'il est pour bloquer la fonction de la souris.
La documentation et importante, mais je ne voie pas une documentation spécifique pour le blocage de la souris
I download the plugin, now I do not understand your answer.
Can the plugin is used you as to block the function of the mouse.
Documentation and important, but I do not see specific documentation for the mouse lock
The issue usually is that the user expects to be able to scroll al layout but instead it scrolls through the records. Is that your issue too.
Two ways to get around it:
- make your layouts so that they don't have scrollbars; that removes the expectation that the layout can be scrolled
- only present the current record in the found set if the user should not be able to navigate to other records through the scroll wheel or flipping through the "rolodex" in the tool bar
- you can also hide the toolbar and lock; I believe that prevents the scroll wheel from scrolling through records even with multiple records in the found set
I offered to write a new function for that. There is non yet.
If you like, maybe you email me, so when I have a plugin for this, I could reply.
I much prefer the behavior on OS X where the records only scroll if the mouse is hovering over the rolodex. Perhaps the next version will include this on both platforms for consistency.
You can use a Custom menu. In the Records Menu, set the Go to Record (submenu) "Install When" to 0 or just remove it.
I think the MBS offer is your best bet, but for another choice, there's this:
KatMouse - mouse wheel utility for Windows
This seems to be caused by different behaviour of the underlying system. On OSX the window is told the mouse is hovering so when you scroll it scrolls the window. This used to be the case on Windows until I think Win7 when all of a sudden the window had no idea where the mouse was and you have to click into the record before the window will scroll, otherwise it scrolls through records.
I'm not a Windows user any more but seem to remember there are some settings for window behaviour when mouse over.
Worth a look using your favourite search engine maybe.
Otherwise agree with David Jondreau
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