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I've just came from a Windows system (in fact, I'm dual booting Ubuntu 12.04 and Win7), and in my Firefox installation back then, when I pressed the middle mouse button (mouse wheel), it displayed a circle that I could move the pointer away from to navigate around the page in a 2-dimensional scrolling. In Ubuntu's Firefox, I don't see this behaviour. Is there a way to enable this feature? I beleive it would require a different version of Firefox, because when I search middle in about:config, ot only has



middlemouse.scrollbarPosition;true
middlemouse.paste;true
middlemouse.openNewWindow;true
middlemouse.contentLoadURL
browser.tabs.opentabfor.middleclick;true


I'm using the canonical release 23.0, by the way.



EDIT: Downloaded a clean install from firefox.com and nothing changed. Maybe it's a system bug?


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The function you describe is called 'autoscroll' and it's an option you can enable in Firefox. Check the preferences menu, it's in there.


[#30011] Saturday, May 22, 2021, 2 Years  [reply] [flag answer]
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