Change (or disable) Mousewheel Zoom shortcut?
bafforosso last edited by
Hello, I know this has been quite a heated debate between Windows users (used to zoom in on a page with CTRL+Mousewheel) and Mac/Linux users (used to zoom with CTRL+SHIFT+Mousewheel). And I don't want to restart that debate as everyone should be able to do as he/she pleases. Personally it's a real pain to have CTRL+Mousewheel zoom on the page as I'm using an Apple Magic Mouse and every single time I try to open a link in a new tab (CTRL+click) it zooms in (or out) on the page. Is there a way that I cannot seem to find to change the shortcut to zoom with the mousewheel?? If not, would it be possible to implement that, or simply a setting to disable zooming with the mousewheel altogether (I wouldn't mind using only keyboard shortcuts for that) Anyway thanks and always kudos for all the work! Fred "Bafforosso"
FWolfe last edited by
I agree. This is a problem for me, too.
iamscott last edited by
I found a solution using Karabiner on the Mac. You can create a custom rule in private.xml with the following to strip the modifier functionality (this is just for the Left command modifier but you can adapt as needed). Hope this helps.
<name>Disable Mouse Wheel Zoom in Vivaldi</name>
<appendix>CMD_L+ScrollWheel to ScrollWheel (strip CMD)</appendix>
iAN CooG last edited by
At least in Windows version there is a checkbox for disabling Ctrl+Scroll to zoom (Settings/Web pages)
Briarned last edited by
I think having "hold right mouse button + wheel" to zoom would both be more convenient and solve the above issues.