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  1. Hi, I've been using Affinity apps, especially Publisher for some time now. I do love them, however on Mac, which is my primary computer, I'm facing a kind of drawback: it's the scrolling sensitivity, when scrolling over things like font size, various Character and Paragraph settings... It's a very neat feature to be able change the values just by scrolling, especially on places where the arrows are missing. On a normal mouse, everything works fine, however on Apple Magic Mouse or a trackpad, the sensitivity is way higher than it's supposed to be. Therefore if I want to change the font size or paragraph leading just one step, it's next to impossible... My question is: is there a way to set the Magic Mouse/Trackpad sensitivity, so I actually could move the value just by one step and not twenty at a time? Thanks for the answer!
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