Is there a way to get the mouse wheel events (not talking about scroll events) in jQuery?...
For a different question I composed this answer, including this sample code.  In that code I use the mouse wheel to zoom in/out of an HTML5 Canvas. I found some code that normalizes speed differences between Chrome and Firefox. However, the zoom ha...
UPDATE:  Here is a jsbin example demonstrating the problem.  UPDATE 2: And here is the fixed version thanks to fudgey.    Basically, I have the following javascript which scrolls the window to an anchor on the page:   // get anchors with href's...
Is there a way to trigger a scroll wheel event with an arbitrary delta. Just like jQuery does with 'click' like:  $('#selector').trigger('click');   I need something like that just with an scrollwheel like:  $('#selector&#...
as you may already know I'm new to jQuery, so Code-Improvements not belonging to this theme are still very allowed.  This is my HTML-Code:  <div style="display: inline-block; width: 120px;">     <div>         Bananas:...
I've setup my app/website such that I have an absolute-positioned canvas element on top of a scrollpanel, when the scrollpanel scrolls I apply on offset to the canvas to make it look like the image is scrolling (this allows me to have huge canvas...
I'm using the following code below, to scroll two divs in different directions () but I'm curious to know if you can limit the scroll so it only fires once per scroll (rather than it continually scrolling and sending my functions into an endl...
I am using brandonaaron jquery-mousewheel plugin in   https://github.com/brandonaaron/jquery-mousewheel  with a zoom function on Pan Zoom.  The problem is i cant fix a maximum value to infinely scroll down and scroll up. How can i fix this problem....
I start with a image in a DIV, i want to zoom in the image with my mousewheel. All is ok but the zoom in start at the xy0 of the image and it is not what i want.. I want to Zoom from my cursor position. There is a way to do that simply under my code...
How can I stop this effect:  I'm scrolling in a div using the mousewheel, and when I reach the bottom of the scroll content, then mousewheel continues the scrolling on the body (or on the first scrollable element, that wraps my div)....

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