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Re: [bug-gv] mouse's scroll should scroll things

From: Kevin Ryde
Subject: Re: [bug-gv] mouse's scroll should scroll things
Date: Sun, 24 Jan 2016 15:59:56 +1100
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.5 (gnu/linux)

Dan Jacobson <address@hidden> writes:
> Wouldn't it be great if the mouse scroll wheel would scroll the
> document, instead of doing nothing?

Might be personal preference whether page like spacebar, or arrow keys,
or I've liked full page when using as a previewer.  The way to do it
could be described somewhere.

> Also in the vertical page index on the left side the scroll wheel should
> do something.

I experimented with that a bit.  I like the following .Xresources if
these might go the right place in the base translations.  With the wheel
otherwise unused it shouldn't upset anything.

GV*newtoc.translations: #augment                \n\
<Btn4Down>:             GV_Page(page-1)         \n\
<Btn5Down>:             GV_Page(page+1)

GV*newtocFrame.translations: #augment           \n\
<Btn4Down>:             GV_Page(page-1)         \n\
<Btn5Down>:             GV_Page(page+1)

I wouldn't mind if the toc scrollbar had some mouse wheel too - just
moving the widget the same as pressing the arrow buttons I'd think.
Is that scrollbar from xaw?  I couldn't tell how to persuade it.  Newer
xaw doesn't seem to have mouse wheel by default either, but perhaps it's
left to the application since you might not want when horizontal.

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