Greetings from Downunder,

Under Win7, a view in our application has two lists that sit side by side, one of which cannot take the focus (by design). When a user clicks into the "focusable" list, and then uses the mouse scroll wheel, we send a message to the non-focusable list object to set its current item to maintain synchronisation of both lists while scrolling (with the wheel).

Under Win10, the scrolling behaviour using the wheel depends which list the mouse pointer is sitting over, and if it happens to be resting inside the non-focusable list, they now scroll independently of each other. Obviously sending a message back the other way is a solution, but I am curious to know if any other developers have noted such marked difference in the use of the mouse scroll wheel between these two versions of Windows?