05-19-2010 08:01 AM
Re Performance mouse MX:
Anyone know how to get the tilt wheel to scroll horizontally in a Visio 2003 .vsd diagram?
When I use the tilt wheel in other apps, horizontal scrolling via the tilt wheel works perfectly. There are no special settings configured for Visio.
In Visio, pushing the tilt wheel moves the thumb (aka the slider handle) but the diagram itself is immobile. Of course, Visio is the one app with giant diagrams where horizontal scrolling is critical. Sigh.
01-05-2011 07:17 AM
I'm having a similar problem.
I'm using a laptop and I have Visio running on an external monitor set to "extend my desktop". Two oddities.
- If my mouse cursor is over Visio the horizontal scroll moves the horizontal slider bar but not the drawing.
- If I move my mouse off the external monitor to the laptop monitor, but keep the focus on Visio, then the horizontal scroll moves the drawing.
06-30-2011 10:01 PM
Horizontal scroll with roller tilt left/right issue in Windows 7:
- Click Start - Control Panel
- In search text box, type: visual effects
- Select: Adjust the appearance and performance of Windows
- Un-check the box: Use visual styles on windows and buttons
Note: Setpoint must be installed
03-07-2012 06:39 PM - edited 03-07-2012 07:37 PM
I too have Visio 2003 with the same described behavior (Performance MX mouse moves horizontal slider, but not the drawing). I have a Lenovo Window 7 PC with all updates. Your solution of disabling visual effects had no effect - same behavior on or off. This is my number one used program and need this to work.
NOTE: This problem does not appear with Visio 2010. Can anyone confirm if 2007 works?
07-13-2012 10:57 AM - last edited on 07-13-2012 11:00 AM by Taylarie
Logitech support has been working with me for 4 months....they seem to not understand this is a driver issue (not hardware issue). On visio 2003, it only moves the horizontal slider without moving the drawing. On Visio 2007 or 2010, it moves horizontally one click - then stops but continues to move the horizontal slider without moving the drawing.
Jeff R. (edit out personal information)