On Saturday, 9 October 2021 at 21:58:37 UTC+1 Albrecht Schlosser wrote:
Note that the two WM_MOUSEHWHEEL messages at the beginning of the
log are really that. However, I don't know where exactly the other
ewo interspersed WM_MOUSEHWHEEL messages came from. I think that's a
Windows "feature", some gestures are sent as normal mousewheel
events for backwards compatibility (more tests required).
Yes, from the subsequent discussion, it does seem very likely that the WM_MOUSEWHEEL events embedded in the GID_ZOOM stream may well be there to support legacy applications.
And therefore... do we need to do something analogous in our gesture event handling...?
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