Re: [LAD] sliders/fans

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To: <brummer-@...>, <d@...>
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Date: Thursday, November 24, 2011 - 8:50 pm

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> From: brummer-@web.de

So there are a few options for middle mouse:

a. it does not exist since we have 2 button mouse
b. it does=2C or is emulated and implies 'jump to here'
c. it does=2C or is emulated and implies 'post pop-up to request value'
d. it does=2C or is emulated and implies 'MIDI CC Register'

That probably needs to be voted on to see what is generally implemented.=20
It might also make sense to post on LAU and see what people generally
anticipate=2C as ever there can be disconnects between users and developers=
.

Out of interest=2C how many apps respect mouse buttons 4 and buttons 5 for=
=20
scroll up/down? This is the middle-mouse-wheel=2C it should at least be par=
t of=20
the proposal=2C then perhaps also with 'Control'=2C and 'Shift'?

> Most time you have a underling adjustment witch have a much wider range

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&gt=3B From: brummer-@web.de&gt=3B To: d@drobilla.net&gt=3B CC=
: nickycopeland@hotmail.com=3B linux-audio-dev@lists.linuxaudio.org&gt=
=3B I think most modern apps use middle mouse button today for midi&gt=
=3B connection. Laptops witch didn't have a middle mouse button often even<=
br>&gt=3B didn't have a midi in connection so there is nothing to loose. &gt=3B And=2C for that case one can provide a midi table to choose connec=
tions&gt=3B from.&gt=3B &gt=3B A click to "go here"=2C seems on=
the other hand like a bad Idea for me.So there are a few options f=
or middle mouse:a. it does not exist since we have 2 button mouseb. it does=2C or is emulated and implies 'jump to here'c. it does=2C =
or is emulated and implies 'post pop-up to request value'd. it does=2C =
or is emulated and implies 'MIDI CC Register'That probably needs to=
be voted on to see what is generally implemented. It might also make s=
ense to post on LAU and see what people generallyanticipate=2C as ever =
there can be disconnects between users and developers.Out of intere=
st=2C how many apps respect mouse buttons 4 and buttons 5 for scroll up=
/down? This is the middle-mouse-wheel=2C it should at least be part of =
the proposal=2C then perhaps also with 'Control'=2C and 'Shift'?&gt=
=3B Most time you have a underling adjustment witch have a much wider range=
&gt=3B then the screen counterpart (the controller) represent so that i=
t is&gt=3B impossible to click on a point and get the wonted value. &gt=3B &gt=3B But overall=2C a agreement about the different use cases=
of controller&gt=3B keys will be very fine and useful for the Linux Au=
dio World.&gt=3B &gt=3B &gt=3B
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