Disable Mouse Wheel Zoom

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Disables zooming with the ctrl+mouse wheel gesture.

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Visual Studio
2015, 2013, 2012, 2010
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6/29/2015
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by Yevgen Muntyan (T) | January 17 2016

I can't work in visual studio on my laptop without this extension. Trackpad + automatic zoom is really really annoying.

by Rambalac | December 26 2015

Must be part of VS

by NV453146 | December 14 2015

Best.plugin.ever.

by IronRod | December 14 2015

Thank you, thank you! This was driving me crazy. I'm running VS on my Mac via Parallels and I was constantly flicking this condition unintentionally with the touch mouse.

by Jakub Misek | October 16 2015

Thank you!

by Cool Screen Name | August 31 2015

Fixes one of my biggest Visual Studio pet peeves, thanks!

by Sean Liming | August 23 2015

Nice!

by Nate Barbettini | August 10 2015

Works great in Visual Studio 2015. This solved one of my biggest annoyances with using VS under Parallels on a Mac with an Apple mouse. You rock!

by 王静凯 | March 25 2015

Can't work in 2012

by TJ Asher | January 08 2015

by mplessis | December 22 2014

by theorygeek7 | September 30 2014

by Randy Piechura | July 24 2014

Exactly what I wanted. Thank you so much!

by Trevor Fellman | May 23 2014

Less is More, thank you

by drwestco | April 02 2014

Simple plugin to get rid of what has to be the most annoying "feature" ever. Thanks!

by xenadu | March 10 2014

Thanks so much for this; it was driving me crazy.

by M van Hulzen | February 21 2014

by Griffork | November 21 2013

Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you!

Works like a charm!

EDIT: And once again I thank you for the 2013 version :)

by accdotnet | November 14 2013

I too was waiting for the VS2013 version. Thank you very much.

I was tempted to install a similar utility that substitutes "ctrl-mouse wheel" with a "page down" function but I figured that would be as annoying as the "zoom".

by Mayuresh S | November 04 2013

When is the VS2013 compatible version coming out ?

Thank you, waiting to get the VS2013 compatible version :)

Did you get a chance to release the VS 2013 compatible version ?

Noah Richards November 10 2013
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Just uploaded it (version 1.3). Let me know if you run into any issues!

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  • VS 2013 Express for web
    3 Posts | Last post April 30, 2014
    • Hi,
      This looks great as I am always accidently zooming in!
      I tried to run it on my windows 8 machine with VS Express 2013 for Web, but it says it won't work on any installed versions.
      Will it work on any express versions or just the pro versions. If so is there a way I can get it to work?
      Many Thanks,
      Rich
    • Sadly, no – Visual Studio Express editions don't allow extensions :( And they haven't yet added an option to disable it:
      http://blogs.msdn.com/b/zainnab/archive/2013/09/10/zooming-in-and-out-of-text-in-the-editor.aspx
    • Oh well! Thanks for letting me know
  • Not Working
    2 Posts | Last post November 12, 2013
    • I using this on windows 8. This extension installed in visual studio 2012. But Not working in IE. Is there anything specific I need to do to make it work in IE10?
    • Sorry, it's only an extension for Visual Studio, it doesn't work anywhere else.
  • VS 2012
    5 Posts | Last post November 12, 2013
    • Any chance that you can upload this extension for VS 2012 RC?  The default behavior has been driving me crazy since the beta.
      
      Thanks, 
      Dave
    • I don't know if/when I'll get around to updating it. You can enable it manually:
      1) Download the extension
      2) Change the file extension to .zip and unzip the contents
      3) Modify the extension.vsixmanifest, adding a new entry under the SupportedProducts group:
      <SupportedProducts>
        <!-- VS10.0 is here, below it add: -->
        <VisualStudio Version="11.0">
          <Edition>Pro</Edition>
        </VisualStudio>
      </SupportedProducts>
      4) Add everything back to a .zip file, change the extension to .vsix, and open it from explorer
    • Thanks, those instructions worked perfectly for VS 2013 too!
      
      Version="12.0"
      
      However, I'm sure 10K+ people would love to have an "official" update, if you can find the time.  Thanks for this awesome utility.  It's a time saver :)
    • You're awesome, thanks for 1.3.
    • Very welcome :) Sorry it took so long!