Lothar Scholz wrote:
> Sent: Wednesday, September 22, 2004 9:00 AM
> To: Curt Hibbs
> Cc: ruby-talk ML
> Subject: Re[2]: Is anyone using FXScintilla?
>
>
> Hello Curt,
>
> CH> Lothar Scholz wrote:
> >>
> >> Hello Curt,
> >>
> >>
> >> CH> The problem shows up when you try to use the mouse-wheel to scroll.
> >> CH> Scrolling down works just fine. But when you scroll up (even
> >> just a little
> >> CH> bit), the display just continues scroll up and does not stop
> >> (until you
> >> CH> click on the scroll bar or use the mouse wheel to scroll down).
> >>
> >> CH> If you have an application that uses FXScintilla, can you
> >> please try out the
> >> CH> behavior when using the scroll wheel? Is it the same as I
> >> describe above? Or
> >> CH> does it work as expected?
> >>
> >> CH> Curt
> >>
> >> I can only say that there is at least one problem in the FOX
> mouse wheel
> >> handler. Resoluting sometimes in bad cached mouse events (multiple
> >> events are folded into one event to increase scrolling speed).
> >> I have (maybe) the same problem in Arachno Ruby, but for some reasons
> >> it does not happen so often as in FreeRide.
> >>
> >> Please search:
> >> http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?forum_id=6292
>
> CH> The mouse wheel works just fine in FreeRIDE's FXRuby/FOX controls. The
> CH> problem is only in FXScintilla. Since Scite does not exhibit
> this problem, I
> CH> am assuming the problem lies either in FXScintilla itself, or
> in the way the
> CH> FreeRIDE is using FXScintilla. If possible, I'd like to
> identify which one
> CH> before spending any time on it.
>
> If this helps: the Mondrian Ruby IDE  www.mondrian-ide.com  had the
> same problem.

I'll take a look, thanks...

Curt