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Pano control question: conter-intuitive?

Discussion in 'Model S: User Interface' started by Ronist, Mar 5, 2016.

  1. Ronist

    Ronist Member

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    I'm starting to use Pano more as spring/summer season is near. My confusion is about controlling pano with the scroll wheel: when I scroll up, the pano moves backward to open. It's also counter-intuitive in relation to the pano display in the center console: scroll up on the wheel, the pano moves down. I guess it's Windows vs Mac and it makes sense for most windows users?
     
  2. jerry33

    jerry33 S85 - VIN:P05130 - 3/2/13

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    I seldom use the display to open or close the roof, so it doesn't really matter to me. The times I have used the display, it really never occurred to me that it had a different behaviour. The display matches the picture, the scroll wheel operates like all the other scroll wheel items.
     
  3. AllenWong

    AllenWong Member

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    If you imagine the air flow into your car like a sound volume, then it becomes intuitive. Scrolling up increases the airflow (volume of air), while scrolling down decreases it.
     
  4. Dithermaster

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    I too am bugged by this! The hold-select scrolling and the pano position both seem backwards. Radio volume is fine though. And yes, I use "natural" scrolling on my Mac (but I can still use Windows touchpads and mice <g>).
     

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