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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

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

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I can't give you an answer. But, if you click on the middle mouse button, it turns the mouse into a scroll controller.

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Many thanks for your prompt answer. My mouse doesn't have third button. It has 4 buttons and different functions can be assigned to each of them. None of them is scroll controller.

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What do you mean with one click is a full screen in your question ?

Are you clicking in the scroll bar or are you using the mouse wheel to scroll ?

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When I am using the scroll wheel that is around the ball (it is a trackball mouse) and move it only one click, the screen doesn't move just a bit but scroll sup or down a whole screen.

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Have you checked the trackball settings? You may need to contact the trackball's support.

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Stanyek said

When I am using the scroll wheel that is around the ball (it is a trackball mouse) and move it only one click, the screen doesn't move just a bit but scroll sup or down a whole screen.

I'm guessing you have two of the buttons to be like Left and Right clicks on a mouse.

I would likely set one to simulate Middle-click so I can use it for middle-clicking links into a new tab, closing tab and to use the Autoscroll, which is probably what Fred meant by scroll controller.

Moambuepyre James rupive

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Hi FredMcD, I use KensingtonWorks for setting the mouse. With other applications it works well. Only on Firefox the scrolling is too excessive. Hi James, I found the middle click setting in KensingtonWorks. I can activate it and it says: "Select Middle Click or a valid key combination of Middle Click key and modifier key(s) to set a shortcut." The modifier keys are: Win, Alt, Shift, Ctrl. Simply activating the Middle click function (not choosing any of the modifier keys) is not really doing anything when I press the button.

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Hi FredMcD, In NZ we don't have 'KensingtonWorks' . Just Microsoft Stuff or Logi wireless Mouse. all seem to function the same as other 'mice'? The 'modifier keys' option for keyboard, maybe work? Be more specific in activating 'mouse' function. I'll give it ago? Why has Mozilla fiddled around with 'mouse scrolling speed'?

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