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Change volume in iTunes4 via a scroll wheel mouse
Authored by: randykato on May 09, '03 10:40:43AM

Hmmm.... it is a nicer way to adjust volume, but you have to
have the cursor over the little window in order for it to work. It
would be nice if it worked whenever iTunes has focus, regardless
of mouse position.



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Change volume in iTunes4 via a scroll wheel mouse
Authored by: b3uk on May 09, '03 12:14:44PM

'scuse thickness, but how do you make this work? I tried holding the mouse over all sorts of parts of the iTunes interface, and nothing seems to happen.

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doh, just worked it out...
Authored by: b3uk on May 09, '03 12:18:42PM

Now I get it :-/ The window has to be minimized for this to work (click the green traffic-light button).

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doh, just worked it out...
Authored by: bluehz on May 09, '03 12:30:14PM

The pointer must also be positioned over some part of the
minimized iTunes window.

BTW - has anyone noticed this msg in your console:[code]2003-
05-09 12:27:28.260 Finder[3555] *** _NSAutoreleaseNoPool():
Object 0x2fd1710 of class NSCarbonWindow autoreleased with no
pool in place - just leaking
2003-05-09 12:27:30.649 Finder[3555] ***
_NSAutoreleaseNoPool(): Object 0x2fc8650 of class NSEvent
autoreleased with no pool in place - just leaking[/code]

I am seeing this all the time now... it was happeing when using
the scroll wheel... pretty much anything in iTunes causes it.

[sorry for the hardwrapped lines - don't know whats up with the
forum posting mechanism, or Safari..]



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Oooooooh... Carbon & Cocoa app!?
Authored by: Anonymous on May 09, '03 09:33:21PM

A reference to NSCarbonWindow would presumably indicate that
iTunes 4 is the first major hybrid Carbon & Cocoa app on the
market.



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