Ability to scroll iTunes elements, main library and browser view.
Works for me, if you mean the scroll-under-cursor thing.
However, I found that moving and resizing the iTunes window does not work. I assume that is what you mean. Ifnot, please be more specific.
Hi, I'm the original reporter. Moving and resizing does not work for me either, but neither does scroll-under-cursor. I'm running iTunes 22.214.171.124 on Windows XP SP3. It's not a very serious bug, but I just thought I'd let you know.
Curiously, another utility I've tried—WizMouse—does work, but I vastly prefer Taekwindow and its X-Windows-style resizing.
Thank you so much for replying to this so swiftly!
Hi, me again! I think I figured it out from reading some of your other bug reports. Namely, this one:
Firefox doesn't scroll on second desktop - ID: 2003066
I have the same problem! iTunes is on the second monitor, and when I move it to my primary, it works perfectly. The same happens with Firefox, which is normally on my primary, and thus works fine. But if I move it to the secondary monitor, it refuses to scroll AT ALL.
Some other notes: Applications like Notepad, Notepad2, 7-zip, and everything else I've tried works absolutely fine on both monitors; it's just iTunes and Firefox being difficult.
If this helps at all, my secondary monitor is to the left of my primary monitor.
Indeed! My primary monitor is on the left, but if I switch them around, I have the same problem. Thanks a lot for this discovery!
I have reopened the other bug, and will keep this one for the iTunes move/resize issue.
Same thing goes for Google Chrome. I assume it's the same problem since it also has it's own GUI set.
iTunes move/resize issue fixed in 0.3, to be released soon.
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