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Not a problem, just wondering if this issue is adjustable within Windows 7 Pro Ed.

Currently, when using Explorer panes in Windows, the scroll feature always defaults to the left-side pane. Most often I use the left pane to open/close/select folders rather than scrolling, and do most of my scrolling in the right pane. The only way I've discovered to make the scroll 'choice' change to the right pane is to click into an empty area in it, which can be an annoyance if I'm viewing right-pane file choices as icons rather than a list.

Is there a way to make the scroll ability follow the cursor location, so that the scroll wheel automatically scrolls whatever pane the mouse is currently over?
 
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