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#1 2005-01-09 08:22:12

UGC
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Scrolling songs?

How do you scroll the list of your songs using the center scroll wheel on the mouse?

I am using Windows XP pro and have Office XP installed with all the updates, and MP3 Boss v 0.57

It is just a pain to scroll through all my songs having to click on the bar to move the list up and down.

Other than the above, I think the software is great and I am going to buy it. But I would like the above problem fixed.

Thanks.

 

#2 2005-01-09 10:19:47

mccaffjt
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Re: Scrolling songs?

UGC wrote:

How do you scroll the list of your songs using the center scroll wheel on the mouse?

I am using Windows XP pro and have Office XP installed with all the updates, and MP3 Boss v 0.57

It is just a pain to scroll through all my songs having to click on the bar to move the list up and down.

Other than the above, I think the software is great and I am going to buy it. But I would like the above problem fixed.

Is this issue fixed in the new version you are working on?

Thanks.

Typically you will have this problem if you are using a 'real' Microsoft mouse.
Microsoft decided to pull Access97 scrollwheel support after Intellipoint v4.12.   The best way to get back scrolling support in MP3-Boss is to install Intellipoint v4.12, which you can get here:
http://web.newsguy.com/mccaffjt/IP4_12EngALLMsi.exe

This works great to solve the problem -- I actually use it on my development computer (WinXP Pro with a Microsoft Wheel Mouse Optical USB).

There is a program called FreeWheel that may help, but it may not work if you have the (old?) Intellipoint software.
http://www.geocities.com/siliconvalley/ … wheel.html

If you don't have a Microsoft mouse, download the newest driver for your mouse -- usually that will let you scroll List View.  My experience has been that Logitech and off-brand mice will work fine once you have the newest driver.

John
http://www.mp3-boss.com

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