Scroll through images with mouse in single image mode

I really like frv but it feels instinctive in single image mode to scroll with the mouse to go to the next or previous image either on its own or holding ctrl, rather than dropping back to the keyboard to press <- or ->.
Also, if possible auto hiding and hover-revealing the bottom film strip would be awesome!

Dear Sir:

To assign mouse actions, please open "Shortcut editor" in FastRawViewer, press "+" next to the action you want, and follow the prompts on the screen. "Next" and "Previous" actions are in the "File Handling" section of the editor.

You can find more details in the "Setting the Keyboard Shortcuts" section of the Manual, page 186.

For your convenience, FastRawViewer Manual comes with the installation (main Menu - Help - "PDF Manual") and is fully searchable (a search for "TIFF" should render hits with more detailed explanations). You can also download it separately from - direct link is

I've tried this with success for keyboard shortcuts but it will not assign my mouse wheel scroll. I have the logitech MX Master 2S mouse which works fine everywhere else.

Could you please provide more details:  Mac or Windows? What is your OS version?


Alex Tutubalin/FastRawViewer team

For mouse wheel to register, I had to hover the cursor over the "prompt window" that pops up when you press the "+" button.

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