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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0002800||NetSurf||GTK-specific||public||2020-12-07 07:50||2021-01-02 09:52|
|Assigned To||Vincent Sanders|
|Platform||Linux amd64||OS||Linux||OS Version||Kernel 5.9, X11|
|Target Version||3.11||Fixed in Version||3.11|
|Summary||0002800: Back / forward mouse buttons doesn't work|
I am new to NetSurf, and it works pretty nice. Very impressive.
I noticed, that my mouse keys for forward and backwards don't do anything. That is a bit annoying.
Checking `xev` X11 utility, I can tell that I see ButtonPress and ButtonRelease events when pressing the mouse button.
Back: button 8
Forward: button 9
I would expect there are ways to do it from GTK even in more portable manner, and handle button reassignments, etc.
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|Fixed in CI build #||5225|
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Witold Baryluk (reporter)
On a related note, It would be nice if Ctrl+ScrollWheelUp and Ctrl+ScrollWheelDown, were hooked to zoom in / zoom out, just like Ctrl+Plus and Ctrl+Minus are hooked.
Additionally Ctrl+= , should also be hooked to zoom in. This way one doesn't need to actually press Ctrl+Shift+Plus, to achieve it. Most browsers, accept both Ctrl+= and Ctrl+Shift+= (aka Ctrl+Plus).
Vincent Sanders (administrator)
fixed by adding button 8 and 9 to window release event
this feature will be released in NetSurf 3.11
|2020-12-07 07:50||Witold Baryluk||New Issue|
|2020-12-07 08:02||Witold Baryluk||Note Added: 0002302|
|2021-01-02 09:52||Vincent Sanders||Assigned To||=> Vincent Sanders|
|2021-01-02 09:52||Vincent Sanders||Status||new => resolved|
|2021-01-02 09:52||Vincent Sanders||Fixed in Version||=> 3.11|
|2021-01-02 09:52||Vincent Sanders||Target Version||=> 3.11|
|2021-01-02 09:52||Vincent Sanders||Fixed in CI build #||=> 5225|
|2021-01-02 09:52||Vincent Sanders||Note Added: 0002317|