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Dreamweaver: Mouse Scroll Up (Logitech)

Posted on 2009-06-28
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On a windows 2000 laptop, my logitech mouse scrolls down one line at a time, but scrolling up (one "notch") jumps by an entire "page" (window vertical area)
how can i set this so that scrolling up goes line at a time?
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by:willsherwood
ID: 24733139
WORD and browsers scroll up normally only one line at a time, as i would expect
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by:willsherwood
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In DW, the scroll up scrolls up by a "page" for *both* code and Design views
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Jason C. Levine earned 250 total points
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Hi willsherwood,

There aren't any settings in DW that deal specifically with mice behavior.  It might be a bug...
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by:Rouchie
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Within the Windows Control Panel > Mouse settings is there anything that allows you to create settings for each application?
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by:willsherwood
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Just 3 lines at a time for scroll setting, nothing per-application.
Is it a DW thing?
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by:Jason C. Levine
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>> Is it a DW thing?

Must be.  They hooked the program into the MS environment incorrectly.  I'd love to see if the same problem occurs with a Mac...
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by:Rouchie
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Have a look to see if Logitech have released any updated drivers for your mouse: http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/support_downloads/downloads/
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by:willsherwood
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I have three different brands of mice (incl MS) that all do the same behavior.
Must be a DW specific thing.
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by:willsherwood
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thanks for your help,
 unresolved, not worth pursuing in the bigger picture  :)
appreciate your time.
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