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"Google Search Fixer" add-on breaks scrolling on the search results page when the "Pull to refresh" gesture is enabled

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When the "Google Search Fixer" addon is installed and the "Pull to refresh" gesture is enabled, I am not able to freely scroll up on the search results page. After scrolling animation finishes, if I try to scroll up, the browser thinks that I want to refresh the page, therefore the input is sank.

When the "Google Search Fixer" addon is installed and the "Pull to refresh" gesture is enabled, I am not able to freely scroll up on the search results page. After scrolling animation finishes, if I try to scroll up, the browser thinks that I want to refresh the page, therefore the input is sank.

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Hi

Thank you for helping test future updates to Firefox for Android at the Beta stage.

Under the Customise option in the Firefox for Android menu (under Settings), you should see an option to disable "Pull to refresh". Does this help?

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Paul said

Under the Customise option in the Firefox for Android menu (under Settings), you should see an option to disable "Pull to refresh". Does this help?

I would have already done it if this gesture wasn't an essential feature for my browsing experience.

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Just to clarify, are you wanting to not have Firefox for Android refresh when you pull down on a page?

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Paul said

Just to clarify, are you wanting to not have Firefox for Android refresh when you pull down on a page?

No, I need this functionality. The problem is that on some pages, such as Google search results page, it causes unwanted behavior, as described above.

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I run Firefox Nightly for Android. If I notice that a reload icon starts to appear on the page when I am swiping down, then -- without lifting my finger -- I swipe in the other direction for a bit and this seems to free up the page to scroll in both directions. Hopefully someone will figure this out so we don't need workarounds.