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Scroll with mouse wheel requires multiple "ticks" to start scrolling

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  • آخر ردّ كتبه lucidcrux

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I recently got a new mouse, and now when using firefox the scroll wheel doesn't want to work correctly. Everywhere else I can do single scroll ticks to scroll content, but in firefox a single tick scroll is just ignored as are multiple ticks if done somewhat slow. In order to get firefox to actually scroll with the mouse wheel I have to quickly do a few ticks at once. Doing so makes for very inaccurate control.

I've tried turning off smooth scroll, hardware acceleration, and pixel scroll, but none of those helped. Any help getting firefox to stop ignoring slow and single scroll ticks would be greatly appreciated.

I recently got a new mouse, and now when using firefox the scroll wheel doesn't want to work correctly. Everywhere else I can do single scroll ticks to scroll content, but in firefox a single tick scroll is just ignored as are multiple ticks if done somewhat slow. In order to get firefox to actually scroll with the mouse wheel I have to quickly do a few ticks at once. Doing so makes for very inaccurate control. I've tried turning off smooth scroll, hardware acceleration, and pixel scroll, but none of those helped. Any help getting firefox to stop ignoring slow and single scroll ticks would be greatly appreciated.

الحل المُختار

Alright, after some searching around I found this reported on a different logitech mouse and it ended up being the set point extension for firefox. I turned that off and scrolling started to work fine in firefox.

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Did you check the settings in the mouse driver software in case something has changed?

Boot the computer in Windows Safe Mode with network support (press F8 on the boot screen) as a test.

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الحل المُختار

Alright, after some searching around I found this reported on a different logitech mouse and it ended up being the set point extension for firefox. I turned that off and scrolling started to work fine in firefox.