You can disable the mouse wheel entirely (more on that below) but I don’t think you can disable the mouse wheel for zoom alone. No idea why the mouse wheel click doesn’t work for you. Are you using any 3rd party tools (e.g. Alternate Launcher) to set your key bindings? If so, make sure you actually assigned a function to the middle mouse button.
If that doesn’t work, you’ll find a file called Falcon BMS.cfg in your Falcon BMS\User\Config folder, where you can do several things:
Razor’s option works, but if you don’t want to get rid of your FOV change entirely (other than the “Look Closer” function, L by default), look for this command: “set g_fFOVIncrement”
By default, this is set to 5, which means you add or substract 5 degrees of FOV with a single change, which is a lot and can be disorienting when it happens unexpectedly like when you’re adjusting a knob. Change that to 1, however, and the zoom in/out transition will be a lot smoother, having far less of a visual effect, and allow you to recover quicker and more easily.
To disable the mouse wheel entirely, add these lines:
set g_sScrollUpFunction “SimDoNothing” set g_sScrollDownFunction “SimDoNothing” set g_sMiddleButtonFunction “SimDoNothing”
In order to reset the default functionality of all, delete the lines or adjust them as follows. This may also fix your middle mouse button issue:
set g_sScrollUpFunction “FOVDecrease” set g_sScrollDownFunction “FOVIncrease” set g_sMiddleButtonFunction “FOVDefault”