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JBuilder scroll wheel

Posted on 2001-06-18
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Hey all,

I know I've seen something somewhere about a patch to JBuilder4 Foundation that allows you to use the scroll wheel on you mouse in JBuilder.  Unfortunately, I can't remember where I saw it.  Does anybody know where I can get this.  I'm starting to go crazy with not being able to use it! :)  Thanks for the help.
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Try

http://community.borland.com

Then log in (you should be able to create a login if you don't already have one, using your JBuilder serial number)...  and it is inside the code central section of the site...

Either that, or you might be able to get it from:

http://jbopentools.sourceforge.net/

Hmmm...I looked and you can't...  DOH!  I'll leave the link here cos its cool :-)

Or you could try on the borland.public.jbuilder.opentools newsgroup...

Good luck,

Tim.

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If you're using Windows, you can try the jbWheel OpenTool:
http://czerwonykapturek.tripod.com/jbWheel/jbwheel.html

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For linux:
For general use, install the 'imwheel' package. This is available from the Red Hat Powertools CD, or from its home page:
http://jcatki.dhs.org/imwheel/
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That worked great.  Thank you.  I'm starting to get my mind back! :)
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