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Firefox Scroll bug

There appears to be a bug in Firefox when I use this website, https://www.ourguide.com.au/tv_guide.php?r=melbourne&w=now When you scroll down, the headings move right… (read more)

There appears to be a bug in Firefox when I use this website, https://www.ourguide.com.au/tv_guide.php?r=melbourne&w=now

When you scroll down, the headings move right and show above the wrong information, see attached screen shots.

If you use this website on Chrome, you don't get the scroll issue so I think it is either a Firefox bug or something that needs changing in my Firefox settings.

I am running Firefox 77.0.1 (64-bit).

Any help would be appreciated, thanks.

Asked by Hawkeye 2 years ago

Answered by Hawkeye 1 year ago

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Scrolling and pages jumps

Firefox Version 78.0.1 Build ID 20200630195452 How do I stop pages from jumping while scrolling? Happens when scrolling on lots of websites: Youtube and yahoo for exam… (read more)

Firefox Version 78.0.1 Build ID 20200630195452

How do I stop pages from jumping while scrolling? Happens when scrolling on lots of websites: Youtube and yahoo for example.

Any help?

Asked by digitalshooter 1 year ago

Last reply by digitalshooter 1 year ago

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The bookmarks menu in Firefox stopped scrolling

After the 90.0.2 update, the bookmarks menu no longer scrolls with the center wheel of my mouse. The center wheel scrolls properly in my emails, on webpages, everywhere e… (read more)

After the 90.0.2 update, the bookmarks menu no longer scrolls with the center wheel of my mouse. The center wheel scrolls properly in my emails, on webpages, everywhere else but the in the bookmarks. I have to use the up or down arrows to scroll through them, and it's a royal pain because I have so many bookmarks.

Asked by Autotech1 11 months ago

Last reply by Autotech1 9 months ago

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scroll in firefox is very slow or choppy .

change firefox settings to Try setting these prefs in about:config general.smoothScroll.currentVelocityWeighting: 0 general.smoothScroll.stopDecelerationWeighting; 0.82 m… (read more)

change firefox settings to Try setting these prefs in about:config

general.smoothScroll.currentVelocityWeighting: 0

general.smoothScroll.stopDecelerationWeighting; 0.82

mousewheel.min_line_scroll_amount: 60


general.smoothScroll.mouseWheel.durationMaxMS = 100 general.smoothScroll.mouseWheel.durationMinMS = 100 general.smoothScroll.pages.durationMaxMS = 100 general.smoothScroll.pages.durationMinMS = 100 general.smoothScroll.pixels.durationMaxMS = 100 general.smoothScroll.pixels.durationMinMS = 100 general.smoothScroll.scrollbars.durationMaxMS = 100 general.smoothScroll.scrollbars.durationMinMS = 100 general.smoothScroll.stopDecelerationWeighting = 1

Asked by adhmomran 1 year ago

Last reply by adhmomran 1 year ago

scrolling

Good day! I trust you all are well. I am using a Kensington Expert Mouse (wired, K64325), and KensingtonWorks application for settings. Although I use the slowest scrolli… (read more)

Good day! I trust you all are well. I am using a Kensington Expert Mouse (wired, K64325), and KensingtonWorks application for settings. Although I use the slowest scrolling speed, the scrolling is still very fast i.e. one click is a full screen. In other applications the settings are working well. How can I slow down the scrolling? Many thanks and regards, Konstantin

Asked by Stanyek 2 months ago

Last reply by Stanyek 2 months ago

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Automatic scrolling to the bottom of the page

After updating this morning (I'm not sure if firefox was upgraded at this point) and restarting my computer firefox now exhibits a strange behavior. Every page I open it … (read more)

After updating this morning (I'm not sure if firefox was upgraded at this point) and restarting my computer firefox now exhibits a strange behavior. Every page I open it automatically scrolls through every scroll bar on the page. Thankfully most pages have only the one, down. However, if I get on a page with lots of iframes it will automatically scroll through each one of them in turn as well as scroll to the bottom of the page. I can't seem to interrupt this process until it's completed. Once it's done I can scroll back to the top, or correct any horizontal/vertical iframes and continue on as normal.

I've followed the instructions at https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/troubleshoot-and-diagnose-firefox-problems to no avail. I've opened firefox in windows as well and it doesn't seem to have this behavior. I've started in safe mode and it still does it. I manually turned off each plugin as well one by one and still, this problem persists.

For reference: Kernel version: 5.7.7-arch1-1 application.architecture: x86-64 application.buildid: 20200701193652 application.version: 78.0.1

Asked by cptnwinky 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago