Yousuf Philips (jay) <> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
         Resolution|WONTFIX                     |WORKSFORME

--- Comment #13 from Yousuf Philips (jay) <> ---
(In reply to Heiko Tietze from comment #12)
> System standard is to scroll vertically with the wheel, and horizontally
> with shift+wheel. Quasi standard is to zoom on ctrl+wheel. Don't see any
> special function like zoom at center for Inkscape.

Inkscape zooms at cursor pointer with ctrl+wheel, scrolls horizontally with
shift+wheel and scrolls vertically with alt+wheel.

Calligra Flow zooms at center with ctrl+wheel, scrolls vertically with
shift+wheel and scrolls horizontally with alt+wheel.

MS Publisher zooms at center with ctrl+wheel, while shift and alt modifiers
dont change the behaviour of horizontal scrolling.

> GIMP has alt+wheel for
> opacity, shift+ctrl+wheel changes the brush and shift+alt+wheel the pattern
> - nerdy functions.

GIMP isnt a suitable example of how mouse wheel functionality should be
configured as it doesnt show an entire page like how it is in Draw. Also
alt+wheel for opacity only works when you a drawing tool selected.

> I would resolve the ticket as WFM (zoom at cursor position) or WF (center
> zoom). Center-zoom is not a common function, hard to integrate (alt+wheel is
> left only), and has not much benefit (haven't seen any clear use case).

Yep WFM.

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