On 08/25/2018 04:50 AM, Thierry de Coulon wrote: > Is there a setiing to block this wheel beaviour also on the page? For the pager - no, not that I know of. That is indeed intended behavior and a general feature of many of the apps that make up the taskbar (kicker panel). The same applies to the applications shown in the taskbar. When you scroll the mouse-wheel over that portion of the taskbar, it will cycle through the open applications. (the same applies to the 'tabs' area on konsole when multiple tabs are open. For the pager and taskbar, one way around the issue (and a way to increase the screen real-estate) is to 'autohide' the taskbar. That way it is out of the way and there is no possibility of accidental scrolling. (personally I enable the mouse-well over desktop background intentionally. Most people do not make use of multiple desktops just do to the additional task of switching between them. If you always leave a tiny bit of background showing on each desktop (say in the top-left or top-right corner -- you can always scroll there to switch between desktops :) Another tip in that regard is to set global shortcuts to allow moving a window to the previous or next desktop -- since the Win key isn't used -- it is a perfect candidate. A couple of really handy key combinations to set are: Switch to Next Desktop=Win+Right Switch to Previous Desktop=Win+Left Window to Next Desktop=Win+Alt+Right Window to Previous Desktop=Win+Alt+Left Walk Through Desktops (Reverse)=Win+Shift+Tab Maximize/Minimize Window Maximize=Win+Shift+Up Window Maximize Horizontal=Win+Alt+Up Window Maximize Vertical=Win+Up Window Minimize=Win+Alt+Down Since the Win key and Alt key are generally next to one another under the left hand, that makes that combination ergonomically friendly as well... -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.