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html5 mouse wheel and Y axis bug

When deploying a project on HTML5 (first person) there are a couple of anoying issues:

  1. Scrolling mouse wheel (up & down) also shoots right mouse button event

  2. Y axis is inverted.


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asked Sep 03 '14 at 04:43 PM in Bug Reports

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This change fixes few issues with FPS issues ( including Y Axis). I am not aware of the scrolling mouse wheel issue. I will add this as a TTP.

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answered Sep 03 '14 at 05:03 PM

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avatar image Immersive Sep 16 '14 at 04:55 PM

thanks for the answer, but the link is broken

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you have to be logged in your github account ( I am assuming you have Unreal github access ) to see that link.

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