It isn't a Jmol bug. It's a Java or browser bug. There isn't anything we can do about that, I think.


On Sun, Sep 27, 2009 at 2:33 AM, Bong-Hyun Kim <kim@chop.swmed.edu> wrote:
Hello all,

I have a question about rather annoying mouse wheel behavior of Jmol in IE.
I found that if I try to scroll down the page after I change the zoom of Jmol using mouse wheel (outside the Jmol area), then the mouse wheel will change both zoom of Jmol and scroll down the page.

Do you know how to prevent this weird behavior?
Or should I report it as a (some kind of) bug in Jmol?

Thank you.

Bong-Hyun Kim

P.S. This weird behavior does not happen in Firefox. Also by clicking outside of Jmol area in IE also prevent this behavior, but certainly very annoying especially for people who are not familiar with computers. :)
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