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Old 01-04-2017, 12:27 AM
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Default Assign "click & drag zoom" to scroll wheel?

(Posted this earlier in "Tips & Tricks", but had no answers, so I try here)

When you click and drag the zoom-arrows, you get the smooth, continuous zooming in and out.

Any software capable of assigning that to a scroll wheel?
(I use a Logitech MX Master with Steermouse today)
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Default Re: Assign "click & drag zoom" to scroll wheel?

You can do it with a modifier key: Alt+Scroll on PC, probably Option+Scroll on Mac.
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