How to browse through images by using the mouse wheel - in picture mode? If possible.Answered
maybe I missed the checkbox in the settings or preferences to set the mouse wheel as tool for browsing through the images but I do not find it and can only browse through images with the arrow keys or by clicking on the appropriate icon.
To me that is a great disadvantage compared for example to LR or Acdcee for quickly and easily browsing and viewing images.
ON1 is such a great software but that lacking possibility stops me from buying it.
Is there a workaround or something to edit in an ini-file to get the mouse wheel working for browsing?
Thanks in advance
PS-edit: to be more precise, I mean browsing in the picture mode, as in the later posted comment is stated.
There are four browse modes (bottom left of the screen).
I notice hat I can use mouse wheel, arrow keys, or click the "< >" in the three modes that include thumbnails.
In the mode that is picture only, I can only use the cursor keys or click the "< >". I does seem a bit strange that I can not use the mouse in the non-thumbnail modes.0
@Uwe - this is a preference you can change in Photo RAW.0
J Michael Morelli - how do you change it?0
I see scrolling options in On1 General Prefrences, but I don't see an option for what Uwe wants.0
Ah, sorry about that. Missed the part about "picture mode". As Rick explained, not currently available in that regard. Let me check with Dan and see if there's any status in the Photo RAW Project on that. If I recall, there was a feature request in there that was similar.0
I too am frustrated by not being able to use the mouse wheel while in "Edit" mode to scroll to next photo ...it will zoom, etc but not change to next picture like I can with LR. Also I am finding that exporting photos to email doesn't work as smoothly as LR and I get so frustrated with that I close out ON1 and go back to LR. If Im doing something wrong, please advise.0
Karen, the only way to change photos in Edit is with the Filmstrip Mode. In Filmstrip Mode you can use your mouse to scroll, but it has to be opened first.
As for Email, you might try adding your Email program to the Send To option. Send To only works in Browse but if your Email program accepts photos that way, it might help.0
Are there any updates? I'm trying On1 2020 and sadly you cannot scroll the pictures in Browse mode with the scroll wheel. Like the OP this is a showstopper and a serious omission from otherwise great software.0
To be specific, in Browse you can't scroll Detail View images, but you can scroll Grid view images.
However, you can open filmstrip view which also scrolls and then just click the image you want to see.0
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