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  • #12895

    limex
    Member

    Hi,

    the mouse wheel scrolling is not working in the objects list in

    Copy Tables to Different Host/Database

    Using v10.5 on Win7 x65.

    Please advice or fix the issue.

    Regards

  • #34080

    sathish
    Member

    Hello,

    We are unable to reproduce this at our end. It is working fine for us. Could you please confirm that object list has keyboard focus. You can click on the object list and then try using mouse wheel. Please let us know if the issue is still reproducible.

    Regards,

    Sathish

  • #34081

    limex
    Member

    I confirm.

    Please find a screenshot in the attachment.

    Plus a report of my system generated with Everest Corporate Edition.

    Regards

  • #34082

    sathish
    Member

    Hello,

    Could you please try scrolling in other object lists in SQLyog such as in Object browser, Tools->Backup Database as SQLdump and Tools->User Manager and let us know if you are able to scroll there. This would help us narrow down the issue.

    Regards,

    Sathish

  • #34083

    peterlaursen
    Participant

    Also please tell if your mouse uses a non-Windows Standard/non-Microsoft driver (such as Logitech for instance).

  • #34084

    limex
    Member

    Hi,

    mouse wheel scrolling in both below mentioned object lists works.

    'sathish' wrote:

    Hello,

    Could you please try scrolling in other object lists in SQLyog such as in Object browser, Tools->Backup Database as SQLdump and Tools->User Manager and let us know if you are able to scroll there. This would help us narrow down the issue.

    Regards,

    Sathish

  • #34085

    limex
    Member
    'peterlaursen' wrote:

    Also please tell if your mouse uses a non-Windows Standard/non-Microsoft driver (such as Logitech for instance).

    According to the attached report.txt (see earlier post):

    The Mouse is Logitech. But using the Standard Win7 Microsoft Driver.

      [ Devices ]

    Mice and other pointing devices:

    HID-compliant mouse 6.1.7600.16385





    [ Mice and other pointing devices / HID-compliant mouse ]



    Device Properties:

    Driver Description HID-compliant mouse

    Driver Date 21.06.2006

    Driver Version 6.1.7600.16385

    Driver Provider Microsoft

    INF File msmouse.inf

    Hardware ID HIDVID_046D&PID_C047&REV_2720





    [ USB Input Device (USB Optical Mouse) ]



    Device Properties:

    Device Description USB Input Device

    Device ID 046D-C047

    Device Class 03 / 01 (Human Interface Device)

    Device Protocol 02

    Manufacturer Logitech

    Product USB Optical Mouse

    Supported USB Version 2.00

    Current Speed Low (USB 1.1)





    [ HID-compliant mouse ]



    Mouse Properties:

    Mouse Name HID-compliant mouse

    Mouse Buttons 8

    Mouse Hand Right

    Pointer Speed 1

    Double-Click Time 500 msec

    X/Y Threshold 0 / 0

    Wheel Scroll Lines 5



    Mouse Features:

    Active Window Tracking Disabled

    ClickLock Disabled

    Hide Pointer While Typing Enabled

    Mouse Wheel Present

    Move Pointer To Default Button Disabled

    Pointer Trails Disabled

    Sonar Disabled
  • #34086

    sathish
    Member

    We are still not able to reproduce this. We are looking into it.

  • #34087

    limex
    Member
    'sathish' wrote:

    We are still not able to reproduce this. We are looking into it.

    Great.

    Question: Back in the old days when I was coding desktop apps I had a tool to check the events that a generated/processed by an app. But that was Win95. 😉

    Tell me if that make sense to do that in the dialog.

  • #34088

    limex
    Member

    Any updates on this issue?

  • #34089

    peterlaursen
    Participant

    NO .. no luck in reproducing this.

    1. Do you have an option to try another mouse?

    2. Could you try with a minimum of other applications (including background programs) running?

    3. Are you sure that the MS driver is the right driver for this mouse?

  • #34090

    limex
    Member

    Hi,

    I found the reason for the issue.

    It was a program called StrokesPlus. It handles mouse gestures.

    As I don't have any events there that effect the wheel I didn't think about it.

    Sorry for not checking in the first place and bothering you.

    Case closed.

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