dshall

MAC users..... is the scroll wheel much slower on MOJAVE?

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Hey MAC users.  My scroll wheel is much much slower on my new IMAC that happens to have MOJAVE installed.

 

I have two IMACS. 

 

Old IMAC is a late 2013 with High Sierra......  scroll wheel speed is satisfactory

New IMAC is a 2017 with Mojave......  scroll wheel speed is very very slow

 

do you guys agree?

I have a simple Logitech mouse. 

 

any tips on increasing scroll speed.  

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Hi Scott,

 

I didn't notice any change in scroll speed when I upgraded to Mojave using an Apple mouse.

You can change the scroll speed in System Preferences>Mouse>Point and Click>Tracking Speed.

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57 minutes ago, glennw said:

Hi Scott,

 

I didn't notice any change in scroll speed when I upgraded to Mojave using an Apple mouse.

You can change the scroll speed in System Preferences>Mouse>Point and Click>Tracking Speed.

 

Hi Glenn,  yes,  I have adjusted SCROLL SPEED in preferences,  I can slow down to a cccccrrrrrrraaaaawwwwwwllllllll. And then I can speed up t9 a ccrraawwll.  But I can’t get it quick.  I’ll try t9 catch you in a GTM soon if you are available t9 check it out.  

 

2 months and we will be out there to visit you and Jennie for a couple of days.  We can’t wait!

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Looking forward to seeing you guys again.

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I use the Logitech MX Master but instead of connecting BT I use the USB "nub" in my wired apple keyboard port and seem to have no lag or mouse issues.  I'm transitioning all my CAD work over to a new PC desktop and only use my mac when mobile.

 

Good luck.

 

...and make more videos, please.

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Scott,

 

If this is only a Chief problem it may be the setting at Preferences>General>Troubleshooting>Mouse Movement Optimisations.

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I'm not having any issues...just installed Mojave yesterday.

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On 11/22/2018 at 8:53 AM, dshall said:

I have a simple Logitech mouse. 

 

 

did you install the Logitech Mac Software? Options or Control Center should support your Mouse.

 

in Windows my Logitech stuff crawls until I install as there is no acceleration applied etc.

 

let me know which Logitech Mouse if you can't find the download....

 

Mick.

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4 hours ago, Kbird1 said:

 

 

did you install the Logitech Mac Software? Options or Control Center should support your Mouse.

 

in Windows my Logitech stuff crawls until I install as there is no acceleration applied etc.

 

let me know which Logitech Mouse if you cna't find the download....

 

Mick.

 

Yes,  Logitech software is installed and it does make a small difference.  It’s weird,  yesterday I was scrolling in and out and it was fast for  a small test drive and then the speed went away. IAE,  I bought a new gaming mouse yestday that I will try soon.  I will also double check Glenn’s suggestion.

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8 hours ago, dshall said:

 

Yes,  Logitech software is installed and it does make a small difference.  It’s weird,  yesterday I was scrolling in and out and it was fast for  a small test drive and then the speed went away. IAE,  I bought a new gaming mouse yestday that I will try soon.  I will also double check Glenn’s suggestion.

 

The Logitech and Mac OS maybe fighting or over-riding each other....make sure to use the latest Version of the Logitech Software , it has been updated for Mojave.

 

*** looks like you may have found the issue though why it would change on it own I don't know....

 

https://chieftalk.chiefarchitect.com/topic/20294-optimize-scrolling-zoom-in-layout-views/?do=findComment&comment=165312

 

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