Comcast xfinity tv website does not scroll
When I log into https://tv.xfinity.com I get the website up ok where I can select the show and movies (after having allowed the Adobe Flashplayer to work). BUT I cannot scroll on the website (no matter which graphics processor I use) unless I *disable* "Use recommended performance settings" and *disable* "use hardware acceleration when available". This started happening with the upgrade to Quantum. Is there a way around disabling those two settings for just this one website? Could Firefox please get fixed again to work properly even on the xfinity website?
(Environment: Windows 10 Pro, Version 1709, 64bit)
- Shockwave Flash 28.0 r0
- User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:58.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/58.0
Hardware Acceleration has caused many users issues, so they keep it disabled.
Who is keeping it disabled?
I cannot scroll on the website (no matter which graphics processor I use) unless I *disable* "Use recommended performance settings" and *disable* "use hardware acceleration when available".
When a plugin (Flash) has focus then scrolling with the wheel doesn't work.
Did you try to click elsewhere on the page to see if that has effect?
Yes. No matter where I click on the website it just won't scroll.
If you have a three button mouse, clicking the middle button turns the mouse into a Scroll controller.
I don't have a mouse. I use the two finger gesture on my touchpad to scroll on a website or I use the arrow keys on my keyboard. Both activities work on all other websites I use just not on this particular one.
Make mouse/touchpads have problems.
Are you saying the arrow keys also do not work?
Yes...that's what I am saying. Arrow keys don't work either. The only thing that works then is the tab key...but the tab order on the site is pretty...well...odd.
Remove History For One Site
Open the History Manager <Control><Shift> H. In the search bar, enter the name of the site. Right-click on one of the listings and select Forget About This Site. This should remove all information, including any passwords / settings.
Removing passwords / settings didn't help.
(My settings are to remove them anyway as soon as I quit Firefox along with all the cookies.)