« on: October 05, 2006, 01:36 PM »
I have noticed that myself too. But dragging with the mbutton (instead of just clicking) has just become a habit to me, so naturally I would like to continue doing that. Another reason for my suggestion is that I'd like to keep GridMove quite unnoticeable on the computer, because I'm not the only one using it. The others don't use computer that much and they'd just be confused if the windows will start acting weird. And there's no point teaching them how to use GridMove because they don't need it and would just forget and be confused again. (I know I could make more user accounts and not put GridMove running on them but so far it has been easiest to have just one account for all.)So I can't scroll long texts or websites using the middle button.Actually, the default behaviour of windows doesn't interfeer with gridmove. If you'l like to scroll a big document, you can just press and release the middle mouse button and the 4 arrows will come up, then you just drag it up or down. The MButton method only becomes active if you press the middle mouse button and drag the mouse without releasing the button. This means that if you do a "click" with mbutton, gridmove won't interfeer.
So could you add an option to restrict the middle button dragging to the title bar?-termipeitto (September 26, 2006, 12:41 PM)-jgpaiva (October 04, 2006, 08:01 PM)
So this may not seem like a big problem to you but it's pretty much preventing me from using it. It's still a great application and I thank you for making it. I'll sure use it on my laptop because I'm the only one using it (I won't use the mbutton though ).