No. At least in Indesign. The question is, why does it scroll and why do you want it to stop?
OK. I looked but didn't find a setting for that anywhere. I would like it to stop scrolling because the ID page jumps from left to right on my monitor. Not a huge problem, but annoying for me as I have to recenter the page on the screen.
Perhaps the problem is related to the Mac mouse I use. I think so, but when I have gone to Preferences and adjusted the settings to prevent finger gestures from working the mouse behavior has not changed. When I lift the mouse up off of whatever surface it's on, the page jumps to the left or right about an inch or so. Not every time, but about half the time.
The only solution I was able to find to this "horizontal scrolling" issue, when using the magic mouse, was to disable the scrolling through the accessibility feature.
- Go to System Preferences > Accessibility
- Click on "Mouse Options..."
- Uncheck the "Scrolling" option
- Click "Ok"
Hope that helps.
2 people found this helpfulTry InDesign prefs> Guides & Pasteboard>Pasteboard Options> Horizontal Margins =set to .5 inch. This keeps the paste board narrow so there is no place to scroll to.