Sorry for the vague subject - I find it hard to say in just a few words. The problem is this: I have a scrollbar on the right of my Firfox - so far, no problem. As all sc…
Sorry for the vague subject - I find it hard to say in just a few words. The problem is this: I have a scrollbar on the right of my Firfox - so far, no problem. As all scrollbars, it has a small arrow control at each end which scrolls the page a small amount, line 1 line or so. It has a slider that I can drag up and down, and then I can click on the area of the scrollbar that is neither the arrows nor the slider. In all other windowed application, when I do that, the page is scrolled 1 page, but in my Firefox it seems to work as if the length of the scrollbar represents the entire length of the page, and the position I click represents a position in the whole of the document. Thus, if I click near to the bottom of the scrollbar, it scrolls all the way to the bottom of the document, and if I click just below the slider, it scrolls a small amount, depending on how long the whole page is.
I don't know if this is intended behaviour, but I want it to stop. How can I change this?
Question says it all. Sound fine using: PaleMoon, Slimjet, Firefox ESR v52.5.2 64 bit., Chrome.