From: Oslo, Norway
Mouse scrolling of the map is definitely troublesome. I know some (most?) people prefer this, but I find it horrible so I avoid it and instead mapped WASD to map movement.
It's just not practical on systems with for instance dual monitors, and the task-bar and menu/title bar interferes with movement. It's a remnant of the full-screen-exclusive games of the 90s.
Anyway, I did a search and came up with the following:
Pretty good small tool, can lock the cursor to the window "interior" so you can just move the mouse to the edge of the screen and scroll. OK UI but didn't have a tray icon so hard to close after use. Also supports a configurable hotkey to toggle locking.
Can lock the cursor to the window using a hotkey, but not the interior, so for scrolling North the Menu bar interferes unfortunately. But if you use dual monitors you might want to test this tool anyway, it's got some nice features.
Features lock to the window interior, toggling with hotkey, as well as other features like making the game fullscreen borderless, i.e. to remove the Title Bar.
Not as customizable as the others, but I like this the best as I already use it for borderless gaming Costs a bit of money on Steam but the version on Github is free.
Windows Mouse Capture - originally made for WarcraftIII, really simple, works perfectly fine. For simplicity probably the best, no options other than to set hotkey.
WARNING: Site might give you a virus warning, but the download itself is safe, I scanned it. However, here's the direct download just in case you don't have AV:
< Message edited by Shadrach -- 11/19/2017 2:39:46 PM >