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    Default Chrome Scrolling Issues

    Does anyone else have scrolling 'issues' with Google Chrome?

    I normally use Firefox but I'm testing out Chrome and it's fantastically fast. Only problem is when scrolling, it's very jumpy, not smooth at all, whereas Firefox & IE are nice and smooth. I recall this happening before when I first tried the very first public beta.

    I'm just using a regular usb mouse on a desktop pc. No special drivers installed etc.

    Just wondered if other people had issues. I googled and it seemed a few people did but didn't find a way around it.
    Have you tried restarting your computer?

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    hmm sorry I haven't tried out Chrome yet but there mind be a solution on Google's site. If not try uninstalling and re-installing.

    What do you think of Chrome? I might give it a try soon

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    I have used it before and uninstalled/reinstalled since then with a much newer version. Same thing again.

    Chrome is astonishingly fast. Just the scrolling issues that are annoying me.
    Have you tried restarting your computer?

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    Only thing that annoyed me about Chrome was me not being able to click the scroller (middle bit in 3 button mouse) and move up or down quicker, now when i want to get to the top i just flick it and it rolls a couple of times up
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    The middle click bit works for me? I'm having issues with scrolling the middle section of the mouse with a finger, it's too 'choppy'.
    Have you tried restarting your computer?

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    I get it also same thing very chopping scrolling.
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    Only issue of the same guise I've found is when clicking 'newest' post, it scrolls down a bit past it...

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    Chrome doesn't support smooth scrolling, that's why it scrolls the way it does.
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    I don't even use the 'smooth scrolling' feature in Firefox. It's just very choppy in comparison.
    Have you tried restarting your computer?

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    I've just downloaded Chrome. Its actually better than what I thought it would be and its really fast! Haven't had an issues with it so far

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