How I deactivate Alt + Scroll zoom in Adobe software programs?


Question

So I am working on a Mac with Magic mouse. When I am using the Adobe programs (Ai, Ps, Id, no matter, I think it is common for all of them), if I accidently hold the alt button and move my hand on the mouse, I zoom in/out. It is unintentional, and it is happening to me quite too often, so I need your help.

I want to disable it, but when I search the software shortcuts menu for zoom shortcuts, I don't find the alt+scroll command. So I don't know how to remove it and I don't want to deactivate the scroll on my OS from the system preferences.

Just to mention that my "Zoom with Scroll Wheel" box in the Preferences - General in Ps is unchecked.

Any ideas?

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5/31/2016 7:46:00 PM

It's a combination between using Magic Mouse and Preferences in Adobe.

So when

Edit > Preferences > General > "Zoom with Scroll Wheel" is checked, then the Alt + scroll is disabled. But when you uncheck the option of "Zoom with Scroll Wheel", then Alt + scroll is enabled.

So you could leave the "Zoom with Scroll Wheel" checked and change/disable scroll wheel in Magic Mouse.

System Preferences > Accesibility > Mouse & Trackpad > More Options [here is the link]

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2/1/2016 1:36:00 PM

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