I have an iMac with one of the new Magic Mice (Magic Mouses ?).
Although a great mouse (very responsive) it is a little bit problematic in AE, it is incredibly easy to do a scroll motion by accident (the whole top of the mouse surface is effectively a touch sensitive - very touch sensitive - scroll wheel) - so I find my composition window constantly (and I mean every minute or so) being zoomed in and out as I accidently touch the top of the mouse enough for a scroll to happen - (as I am sure you know a scroll action when your mouse is over your composition window will zoom it in or out)
It is driving me a little mad !
So my question is . . . . is there any way to lock the composition window at a single magnification (100% would be ideal) so that the scroll wheel on a mouse will not zoom the window . . . . or perhpas there is a way to switch off the zoom facility on the composition window through some kind of preference file ?
Any help appreciated.
Nope. Mouse inputs are hard-coded. There is also no way to lock magnification. Whatever issues you have will have to be dealt with in the mouse's settings or by simply using a different mouse.
Thanks for the reply Mylenium.
Unfortunately there is nothing in the mouse settings to alter this action (in fact you cannot turn the scrolling off at all).
Oh well ! New mouse time.
The price of innovation . Well, it never hurts to have a backup mouse, anyway.