Scroll wheel volume acting differently depending on location of cursor (Windows 10 (9926))
|Reported by:||Farfie||Owned by:||kasper93|
|Component:||User Interface||Version:||nightly, specify|
|Severity:||trivial||Keywords:||220.127.116.11, scroll, volume, windows10|
I know I know, Windows 10 is very backburner. Lowest priority and trivial severity because it's a small bug even then...
This all occurs whether MPC-HC is the active window or not:
When the cursor is above the seekbar (video portion of the window, menu buttons, even titlebar), the volume changes as expected when the scroll wheel is used.
When the cursor is anywhere below the seekbar, the volume does not change at all (aka the mouse wheel does nothing), with one exception (the interesting part):
If the cursor is over the volume bar itself, in the bottom right below the seekbar, scroll wheel volume changing is inverted (aka, scrolling up decreases volume and vice versa). Also interesting to note is that while like this, scrolling moves much slower, as if also ignoring the scroll speed settings applied system wide under control panel? Dunno.
Change History (8)
comment:1 Changed 2 years ago by underground78
- Cc underground78 added
- Evaluation set to need info
- Keywords windows10 added
- Status changed from new to evaluated
comment:5 Changed 18 months ago by kasper93
- Owner set to kasper93
- Resolution set to fixed
- Status changed from evaluated to closed
comment:6 Changed 18 months ago by kasper93
- Cc underground78 removed