asked Dec 23 '16 at 20:22 by asheb (216)


Would be nice to control the hovered knob (or any other UI-element) value with mouse wheel. This way my finger muscules aren't as strained, and I can do more fine-grained changes with ease :)

I don't think this conflicts with anything in the device panel or the mixer; but may be problematic within the inspector...

Maybe making it optional and turned off by default would be ok even with inspector complexities... Or at least have it only in the device panel & mixer.


answered Dec 23 '16 at 20:26 by asheb (216)

The same for zooming by the wheel when hovering the beat-ruler would be nice.


answered Dec 23 '16 at 20:27 by asheb (216)

Ctrl + Alt and scroll. Works at least on Mac.

  — (Dec 30 '16 at 18:35) mgaw

Yeah, that's right; and not only on the ruler. What I mean is wheel-zooming without any modifier keys, when the mouse is over the ruler.

Ctrl + Alt and scroll is nice though.

  — (Dec 30 '16 at 18:48) asheb

If they implemented zooming by mouse wheel without a modifier key, at least you should be able to turn it off. Pretty sure a lot of people like myself could get frustrated over that, if suddenly enabled and no way to make it stop. I mean how much more effort is it to press a key and turn the wheel at the same time?

  — (Jul 11 '17 at 05:54) Cyler

the idea was to zoom by mouse wheel only if mouse cursor is on the timeline ruler (where the beat numbers are), not in the whole arrangment

  — (Jul 11 '17 at 08:09) asheb

Big upvote for this feature


answered Jul 10 '17 at 07:00 by Springbox (21)

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