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dr4kan
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Hi,
as you may know, in S1 you can horizontally zoom using shift + cmd (ctrl) + mouse wheel. This could be quite useful, I like it. However it is so sensitive to be almost impossible to use. Is this behavior intended? Can it be tuned?

TIP: in case you don't know, the mouse wheel could be used to:
- scroll horizontally the project: shift + mouse wheel
- zoom track height: cmd (ctrl) + mouse wheel
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Monoskier
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Stupid question, but have you tried adjusting the sensitivity of your mouse in your OS?
dr4kan
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Monoskier wrote:Stupid question, but have you tried adjusting the sensitivity of your mouse in your OS?


that would impact all the other zooming and scrolling functions in S1 as well, which are fine instead.
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Kiwicomposer
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As far as I am aware there is no way within Studio One to tune that.. So the only way is to use the OS's Mouse controls.

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dr4kan
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Kiwicomposer wrote:As far as I am aware there is no way within Studio One to tune that.. So the only way is to use the OS's Mouse controls.


yes, I think the same. Anyway I was just curious to know if this behaviour was intended and in case it is not, I'd be nice to be fixed
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