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10.4: Zoom window via control-scroll
Authored by: rwmitchell on Oct 11, '06 12:45:50PM

To me, inverted also makes sense. When rolling the mouse away from me, I feel like I'm pushing away, but the image gets closer. Likewise, when I'm pulling the wheel towards me, I feel like I should be getting closer, but the image goes away instead.

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10.4: Zoom window via control-scroll
Authored by: cougar718 on Oct 12, '06 11:08:42AM

That is just wild! Never thought of it in that regard.

In my opinion this does not make sense because when we deal with rotation we use clock wise and counter-clock wise. The direction you think as "push" would be counter-clock wise which always spins away from you.
And the direction you think as "pull" would be clock wise which always spins towards you.

This does not make sense to me and seems to be incorrect for the way the wheel is intended. The wheel spins forward and backward. You can not push/pull a wheel. You can only turn it. A flight stick can be pushed and pulled because the flight stick does not rotate. The bottom of the stick is fixed.

Think of it that way maybe it will help you lose that habbit.

Rick alias cougar

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