I have a macbook pro ,late 2013 with mavericks installed running firefox 25.0.1
Scrolling works fine then out of the blue stops .. only happens on firefox .. i can go to other browsers and its still working fine.. Close firefox , restart and works again. Sometimes i have to restart computer to get it to work again .
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i tried it in safe mode and it still does it. The browser is not crashing its just the scrolling is not working anymore. so i am not sure if the crash report will help ... i looked and there are only 3 c rash reports in it and this has happened hundreds of times.
arggg ...i just happend again... usally when i restart my mac it will be good for awhile ,then it will happen.. ONce it happens it seems to happen alot faster ... so i end up rebooting computer again. Its something with the mouse and touchpad ... The arrows still work on the keyboard to move the window up or down but the trackpad and mouse do not do anything
Try to modify the ui.trackpoint_hack.enabled pref on the about:config page from the default value -1 to 0 or 1 to see if that makes the touch pad work better.
Close and restart Firefox after changing the ui.trackpoint_hack.enabled pref.
If there is a problem with scrolling on web pages then try to disable smooth scrolling.
went into about:config and searched for ui.trackpoint_hack.enabled and couldnt find it .. tried ui.trackpoint still wouldnt come up with anything
i did try the disable smooth scrolling and that was not it still doing it