scroll to the next page with mouse wheel
The users are used to scroll down pages (e.g. in Adobe Reader, Word, ...).
In the Viewer they always have to use the arrow key symbols on the right or top.
It would be nice to scroll through the pages of one file with the scroll wheel of the mouse.
Also this function could ask, if the end of the file is reached and the document consists of more than one file if the following file should be opened.
Thank you for your idea.
We added it to our collection of ideas and features and will further investigate it. We currently cannot say exactly when this idea will be implemented. As soon as we have more information we will update its status.
Philippe Prinet commented
It's amazing that DocuWare does not yet offer this functionality...
Scroll to the next page with mouse wheel is a very good idea eagerly awaited by TotalEnergies employees
Adrian Zuniga commented
Any updates? Would very much like to see this happen ASAP.
Charles McCollister commented
Very interested in the ability to automatically advance to the next file in a document if at the first/last page of a file using the page forward/backward controls.
Marcos Garcia commented
This was suggested 6 years ago and many people agree that it is a good idea. What is the hold up?
Martin Meier commented
please go on with this idea, it is basic functionality!!!
Casey Burch commented
Has this been taken out of the "ideas backlog" & implemented yet?
Scrolling an entire document, especially with the On-premise version should be a native feature. Please include it asap.
Nate French commented
May I further request horizontal scrolling (like when zoomed in) for the many mouses that have tilt wheels, not to mention the touchpad gestures and touchscreens.
(Horizontal scroll is also missing in Workflow Designer, BTW, though it does have mousewheel vertical scrolling)