Mousewheel

Community Beginner ,
Feb 14, 2021

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I always used LRc on Windows and now i am using LRc on an iMac. I often used the mousewheel, but the iMac mouse does not have one. For several reasons i want tu use a mousewheel, so i connected a wireless wheelmouse to my iMac. I used the mousewheel in LRc on Windows to adjust all the settings in the development module e.g. Exposure, Contrast etc. I pointed the arrow on the slidebar and adjusted the setting by rotating the mousewheel. Now, on my iMac, this does not work!

My quesrtion: is there any way to get the mousewheel working for adjusting the slidebar settings like in Windows?

 

Thanks a lot in advance!

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LEGEND ,
Feb 14, 2021

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The Apple Magic Mouse DOES have a virtual Mouse Wheel and Left and Right buttons along with a bunch of other swipe gestures.  You have to set up some of these setting in Mouse Preferences.  I have used other wireless mice with my Imac and my wheel works fine.  

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Feb 18, 2021

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I have tried the Magic Mouse and a Trust Wheelmouse as well, but i don't
get the effect that i want with the LRc slide rulers. I want to move the
dot on the sliders move to the left and right by turning the mouse wheel.
This does not happen. The Windows version does.

Met vriendelijke groet,


Cisca van Bommel
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