Side scroll mouse

Side scroll mouse

Logitech mx ergo: using the trackball like a free spin scroll

Hello there, gentlemen. I’m searching for a replacement for my magic mouse. I like it a lot, but it’s a little too low-profile for me, and I think I’d prefer anything with different physical buttons for work. I use a lot of software for photography, audio, and production. I’ve discovered that side scrolling is a must-have feature for me, and I’m shocked that not all mice have it. I’d like it to be white or gray and wireless, but it doesn’t matter as much if it meets any of the other requirements. In ascending order of importance: If you have any suggestions? I’m thinking of getting a wireless trackpad for scrolling if there aren’t any other suggestions. That could be interesting. There are 5 comments. 100 percentsavehidereportsavehidereportsavehidereportsa Voted up This discussion has been ended. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.

Media composer – scroll horizontally with the mouse wheel

I recently purchased a Logitech MX Master computer mouse with a horizontal scrolling mouse wheel in the thumb region. All of the programs I’ve tried so far, including Excel, Notepad++, and Firefox, support horizontal scrolling. I can’t use the scroll wheel to vertically scroll through all of the windows in Matlab, including the editor and the variable monitor. Is there a solution to this problem?
It appears that imscrollpanel() can support horizontal scrolling; see http://undocumentedmatlab.com/blog/continuous-slider-callback/ for more details.
See http://undocumentedmatlab.com/blog/sliders-in-matlab-gui for more information about how sliders are implemented in MATLAB.
Aside from that, there’s nothing I can see right now.
Thanks for the fast answer, but I was referring to using the horizontal scroll wheel in Matlab itself, not in a Matlab-based program. Unless there is a way to modify the code of matlab that I am unaware of.

Pro tools 2018 | horizontal scroll with mouse

I use a lot of Adobe products, such as InDesign and Lightroom, but when you use a Magic Mouse, a slight touch will flip the current pages/files sideways or jump several images. I’ve set a Terminal script to avoid sideways scrolling and checked that the default is set to false in the preferences, but it doesn’t seem to make a difference. Any other suggestions for avoiding sideways scrolling? A decent replacement mouse for graphics/photography function, otherwise.
I’ve looked this up a dozen times in the last year, but it wasn’t until just after posting that I discovered a solution that had previously eluded me. This is effective. It’s under the Accessibility tab, which isn’t where you’d expect to find a solution:
You can disable horizontal scrolling with the Scroll app. You may also designate a space on the bottom half of the mouse for horizontal scrolling, and activate or disable horizontal scrolling depending on the current app (using the menu bar in the app). Disclaimer: I’m the creator of this app, and it’s not free.

How to enable side scroll on a logitech g402 gaming mouse

Some mouse devices come with extra controls and a Mac-specific program driver (Logitech, for example). Those drivers also have a settings pane in the Device Preferences application that lets you allocate functions and keystrokes to those buttons. For instance, one mouse I used had a scroll wheel that could be moved left or right, triggering a separate switch in each direction. I was able to set the driver to scroll left or right by triggering the left-right feature of the wheel using the settings window.
If your mouse has a middle click (for example, a clickable scroll wheel), you should be able to use it to trigger auto-scroll. On sites with horizontal scroll areas, the auto-scroll should allow you to scroll in that direction by moving the cursor left or right.
If your external mouse has an extra button, you can use an application like QuickSilver, BetterTouchTool, or SteerMouse to connect the button to simulate holding the Shift key. That worked for me, though I had to hold down the extra key on my mouse wheel when scrolling in Trello. I can do it with only one hand, which is fairly simple and frees up my mind from having to use two hands for such a task.

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