Enable Scroll Override in Visual Studio

While using Scrolling in Visual Studio IDE, by default it scroll amount is fixed by number of lines. During normal development, when we scroll with in code editor,  the scroll amount by fixed line number is fine. But if you zoom out the editor code, scrolling wont be useful  as though we have changed the code editor zooming, still scrolling is available with fixed line number. To overcome this, you can use “Enable Scroll Override” features.

Enable Scroll override helps to scroll based on the  percentage specified in scroll value of visible file for all the zoom level.

You can navigate to this features by Tools > Options > Mouse Zoom > General 

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To disabled this. just unchecked the “Enable Scroll Override” option

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yeah, it has just a small help, click on “?” to grab it.

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This is very small tips, but it might help !

Cheers !

AJ

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Written by Abhijit Jana

Technology Leader, Technical Strategist, Solution Architect, Development Consultant and a Trusted Technology Advisor with more than 11.5 years of experience in the IT industry with expertise in Development, Architecting, Engineering, Consulting, and Services Delivery. I am a former Microsoft MVP, Author of "Kinect for Windows SDK Programming Guide" and "HoloLens BluePrints" books and founder of The Daily .NET Tips . To know more about me visit "About Me" page.

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