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Num control starts over with the mouse wheel

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I made a couple of posts here about scrollwheels on arrays. Its a different use case but you can probably still use the "delta" from the event data to achieve what you need.

 

https://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW/Don-t-allow-mouse-wheel-to-scroll-the-vertical-scrollbar-after/m-p/...

 

Have a play with and see what you can come up with 🙂

 

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I listened to deceased and here is what I did. It is a workaround the issue but it should work and it's easy to add in the program.

 

I disabled the "built-in wheel mouse support" in the proprieties of the controls

Scroll wheel.png

 

Thank you all

Yddet

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Just a reminder to be careful with the "in range" function's default limits: upper limit is not included lower limit is..

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@crabman wrote:

Just a reminder to be careful with the "in range" function's default limits: upper limit is not included lower limit is..


Yes, its a good point to remember!  Black diamond indicates included, open diamond is not. They are settable in the right click context menus.

 

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Good to know, I never noticed that.

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