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Option to change modifier keys for mouse wheel

+62 votes
asked Jan 26, 2017 in Studio One Feature Requests by stefanrauch1 (1,710 points)
Option for users to change modifier keys (for example for: horizontal/vertical zoom)

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+7 votes
answered Jan 27, 2017 by Skip Jones (166,570 points)
selected Feb 1, 2017 by ghasenbeck
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+10 votes
answered Feb 8, 2017 by yvessg (2,880 points)
Yes and please remove the ""alt"+ Mousewheel to change the layer ! It's so easy to make Big mistakes !!! And also, It would be more useful to be able to zoom the waveform with mousewheel...
+4 votes
answered Feb 25, 2018 by tvonsv (1,810 points)
Related to this, please allow users to choose the behavior of mouse buttons (single/double clicking, dragging, etc).

For instance, right now I can't drag with the mouse to move within a project (at least, I haven't found how to). This would improve the interaction with the GUI so much, especially since most modern interfaces work that way. Plus, I just checked, and the MMB menu is already subsumed by the RMB one, so we wouldn't even lose convenience.

In any case, please make this a user choice as well. Most keyboards shortcuts are configurable, which is a great decision on your end. But not permitting this for the actions we use the most feels like it's falling a little short...
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answered Jul 7, 2019 by bradleyszyperski (1,140 points) for MAC OSX Users.
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+1 vote
answered Apr 24, 2021 by jeroenwolff (450 points)
Yes please! Like the default scroll to be the zoom scroll (with cmd+shift pressed) (like in Reaper) thanks!!
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answered Apr 24, 2021 by jeroenwolff (450 points)
There is a new tool, still supported on latest OSX, called BetterTouchTool: