I have excellent scroll behaviour in all windows.
Each window exhibits a different behaviour (and I believe that it is one of the very best features that came from the programmers)
I'm with Craig on this one. All behaves as I would expect. MS USB optical wheel mouse w/o Intelipoint driver.
Any other Windows 7 pioneers out there?
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Not yet. Maybe about SP1. When I give "blood" I'll do it for some drive at my wife's hospitals...
I'll let the youngsters, with time on their hands, report back. When the successes greatly outweight the calls for help, I'll order it up.
Now, you'd reported pretty good success with it, so maybe it is getting ready for release. What's the target date, Oct. '09?
I removed IntelliPoint, thinking maybe that might have been the culprit. But still no scroll wheel activity in any Adobe apps but Bridge.
No one else is using CS4 with Windows 7?
MS Optical Mouse with standard Vista 64 drivers and no problems with the scroll wheel in any of the CS4 programs. I haven't tried Windows 7 yet, but I would be surprised if the standard driver would not work as intended. Intellipoint drivers are another matter. Even with XP there have been numerous problems with Intellipoint. That is the reason I never use it anymore.
I'm using win 7 RC. No issues but I don't use mouse wheeel with it.
Could you check? Next time Premiere is open, try scrolling the timeline or through a bin or effects folder. Let me know if it works.
Jim, I am running windows 7 RC with Logitech laser mouse with logitech setpoint software. Everything is working correctly. I can scroll thru timeline and thru the project folders using the mouse wheel.
Just adding that the excellent mouse functionality I get from the scroll wheel includes:
Frame by frame transport when moused over the Source or Program Monitors (brilliant)
List scrolling in Project bins
Time line expansion /contraction in the timeline window.....
Due to a comedy of errors, I ended up rolling back my system to a restore point today. This undid several things, fixed the main problem I was having, and also restored my broken Adobe mouse wheel capabilities.
I then went on to apply an update, rebooted, and lost them again.
So I did another rollback. Mouse wheel scrolls again. I have not applied that same update, only because I'm tempted to leave well enough alone. It may not be the actual update that's interfering here, because the rollback also did something with the IntelliPoint driver. Perhaps when I'm more brave, I'll experiment to see what's what.
But for now, everything works. Well, and fast! CS4 rocks! Windows 7 rocks!