Btw, what about altering VM to generate a true mouse scroll events, so
it wont be dependent from keyboard events anymore?
2009/11/18 Igor Stasenko <siguctua(a)gmail.com>:
> 2009/11/18 Andreas Raab <andreas.raab(a)gmx.de>:
>> Igor Stasenko wrote:
>>> It does not fixes the problem for me :(
>>> I wonder, why mouse scroll behavior depends on flaps or locale..
>> Most likely because scroll events are delivered as Ctrl-UpArrow and
>> Ctrl-DownArrow events and there is a chance that the input converters muck
>> with that. I had a quick look but I couldn't find much. Some things you
>> could try is:
>> * see if typing Ctrl-UpArrow and Ctrl-DownArrow scrolls text
> works fine.
>> * check what running "Sensor kbdTest" shows when you operate the scroll
> 30 16
> 31 16
> in display corner, when i scrolling da wheel
>> * check the keyboard converter in World primaryHand to ensure it's correct.
> it points to an UTF32JPInputInterpreter, which is wrong..
> I found how to revert back to EN locale:
> Locale currentPlatform: (Locale isoLanguage: 'en')
> after that, mouse scroll starts working again.
> But back to the question:
> - why it not works in japanese locale? Is japanese guys not using
> mouse scroll, or their goverment prohibits from use a mouse scroll
> wheel? ;)
>> - Andreas
> Best regards,
> Igor Stasenko AKA sig.
Igor Stasenko AKA sig.