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how do I get scrollbars in Responsive Design View?

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In Firefox 42.0 for OpenSuse 13.2 Linux, in Tools > Web Developer > Responsive Design View, when I'm looking at a rendering of a page, how do I get scrollbars to show? When I'm designing, I need to know if horizontal scrolling will be needed for any viewport width (I have 9 to check) and I'd rather not have to take the time to drag from top to bottom (I have about 40 pages to check) to parse the layout for the possibility of an overhang or overflow (that would be about 360 drags).

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Maybe use auto-scroll and click with the middle mouse button to quicker scroll the page.

  • Options/Preferences > Advanced > General: Browsing: "Use autoscrolling"
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I added that setting, quit and restarted FF, opened a page for a mere 50-pixel width, and tried a mouse's third wheel, but no scrollbars appeared. The wheel drags up and down but not sideways (and, of course, rotating the mouse on my physical desk makes no difference). Maybe I should propose this in a bug report as needing an enhancement to FF.

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