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Scroll wheel won't work on sliders

New Here ,
Dec 02, 2018 Dec 02, 2018

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I have been using Lightroom for years on my PC.  When I edit and use the sliders to adjust, I always click on the tab or dot in the middle then scroll with my mouse on the scroll wheel to adjust it +  or - .  Well, I just switched to a MacBook Pro and both mice I have are compatible and work fine with everything except on the sliders.  When I click on a slider to adjust it, it just scrolls the whole editing window up or down.  This is super inconvenient when you're used to using the wheel the whole time to be efficient. Anyone have some help?

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LEGEND , Dec 08, 2018 Dec 08, 2018

I just switched to a MacBook Pro and both mice I have are compatible and work fine with everything except on the sliders. 

I believe that Mac LR never implemented changing Develop sliders with the mouse wheel: Lightroom: LR 4.4 mouse scroll wheel does not work on sliders | Photoshop Family Customer Community

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LEGEND ,
Dec 08, 2018 Dec 08, 2018

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I just switched to a MacBook Pro and both mice I have are compatible and work fine with everything except on the sliders. 

I believe that Mac LR never implemented changing Develop sliders with the mouse wheel: Lightroom: LR 4.4 mouse scroll wheel does not work on sliders | Photoshop Family Customer Community

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Just switched from Windows to Mac due to a laptop failure and this is a dealbreaker for me. My whole muscle memory is built on touching the slider and scrolling a couple clicks up or down for guaranteed 1 or 10 point increments. Having to manually slide left and right or type in the number I need is going to take too long. I'll focus on fixing the laptop. 

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