Is there a way to make content scrolling with mouse smooth just as when dragging the slider on OS X? This is highly annoying as one completely loses the orientation with this jumpy "row scrolling".
Thank you for your answers and best wishes.
Your machine is goig to have a lot to due with that/
You are expwerience screen refresh issues.
What type of MAC do you have and how old is it?
My computer is old, however, it does not feel as a jitter. Besides that - I don't observe this in Lightroom for instance. Somehow feels like an unfortunate interface design.
I feel your pain. But has nothing to do with the interface design. It is the way it was designed from the get go 15 years ago.
Problem is people want more features, image files are getting bigger, video driver updates especially for laptops are good for one year and then the manufacturer moves on.
Bridge uses the OS to index, and cache to store thumbnails.
Lightroom imports images and stores thumbnail previews for files.
Maybe LR is your better alternative.
Just trying to offer solutions.
Thank you - that might be the problem.
I am mostly using Lightroom and it would be a very lucky day if Adobe ever implemented Bridge OS indexing with Lightroom. Or Lightroom exporting options in Bridge.
There is some thinking to do on Adobes side around LR, LRC, Bridge and ACR.
Something to look for/try: when scrolling in Bridge, the process seems to follow the indents in a mouse wheel pattern. Those are the tiny little bumps you feel when rotating a mouse. If you grab the scrolling handle on the side and maneuver with that, there is no jumpy-ness.
I have no clue as to why this issue is so pronounced in Bridge and not in LR but it is.
I have just gotten in the habit of scrolling via the handle as opposed to using the mouse wheel. Is this a solution? Absolutely not, but it is a viable step around the problem.
Check out this video: https://drive.google.com/file/d/117QuPuf4Zay9hCigMzz4kKQDWjnoTlPO/view?usp=sharing
Is there a wired mouse or mouse available for the MAC os that has a scroll wheel?
Sure but why would I want one?
Because I have given up on wireless mouses due to latency responsively and accuracy.
But to each his own
I hear ya, I had a wireless mouse and there was a micro-second lag from the time I'd click and time time the reaction occured. Drove me crazy.
I have a Logitech mouse (MX518) but I'm not sure it currently made anymore. But lots of folks in that other forum have Logitech with no problems.
I'm on Catalina so it should work in Big Sur. I just use the Mac mouse options in the System Prefs, no issues.
I am using Logitech G402 mice on all my machines and have been very happy with them.
No lag, latency or whatsoever that I would notice in any other app.
Guess this will remain a mystery. One I can live with luckiy.
Thank you both for your help and best wishes!