I just downloaded firefox, I switched from chrome now that the new anti-adblock update is coming out. As such I'm trying to used to the new browser and set it up to my pr… (read more)
I just downloaded firefox, I switched from chrome now that the new anti-adblock update is coming out. As such I'm trying to used to the new browser and set it up to my preferences.
So far I've had some problems, and I'd be thankful for any help I could get.
Firstly, when zoomed in using application menu, the scroll does not adjust the amount scrolled. For example, let's say the standard lines scrolled when i scroll with my mouse is 4. It's still 4 when zoomed in, as if I was still at 100%. This makes it scroll further down than needed, and to a person who likes to read, bothering. I presume there is an solution to this, as this doesn't happen on chrome for me. I tried checking out about:config and change mousewheel.default.delta_multiplier_y from 100 to somewhat lower.
This made all scrolling way too slow, even if only slightly lowered. And the amount scrolled normally isn't the problem, the problem is the amount scrolled does not adjust when zoomed in, still scrolling as if I was on 100% zoom instead of 250% zoom.
Second question, is there a way to change the default zoom percentages. Instead of 100-110-120-150 ect... to 100-120-150-175-200-225-250 and so on.
Thirdly does firefox automatically have tabs sleep when not in use to save ram. If not, where would I activate it?
Thank you for any answers, it's very appreciated.