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Scrolling mouse

AliG's profile image AliG posted 11 years ago in Feature discussion Permalink
Hi,
I use SQL-Front, you probably know ;)

and one thing I miss in HeidiSQL is that when I scroll with mouse, I would like it to change selected lines and not just scroll the view.

Is that possible?

PS: I read one previous post of some guy ... your work is amazing, keep developingwink
ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 11 years ago Permalink
I think the default way of scrolling should be like it is now. But I could probably make Alt+MouseScroll work that way. Ctrl+MouseScroll seems to be reserved by VirtualTree which then scrolls just faster as without Ctrl.
Code modification/commit from ansgar.becker, 11 years ago, revision 3627
Focus next or previous grid node on Shift+MouseWheel, in all trees. See http://www.heidisql.com/forum.php?t=7269
ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 11 years ago Permalink
r3627 does that for all grids and trees. Just not with Alt but with Shift+MouseWheel, as I saw when you release the Alt key, the main menu gets focused and you're out of the grid, which would be annoying. Please try out and give feedback - thanks!
AliG's profile image AliG posted 11 years ago Permalink
yes, that is exactly what I like ;)

possibly, it could be an option in settings

thanks
ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 11 years ago Permalink
An option? Should not be necessairy, as Shift+Mousewheel is not used by something else. Also, I would not want to overcrowd the preferences dialog, which is already the case now.
AliG's profile image AliG posted 11 years ago Permalink
well, my opinion is that there is just very few options in settings - I mean less than I would expect to fully customize it ... definitely not overcrowded

it is ok with shift, but I would choose it as default setting if it was there ;)
ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 11 years ago Permalink
Hm why not. The Shift logic will probably be unknown to most users if it's just there.

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