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This is a discussion on Middle click scrolling within the Bugs and Vulnerabilities section, part of the Google Chrome category: In the topic in Chrome Talk are the following 2 messages: Originally Posted by kirby145 Ever since Firefox I have ...

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    TheCardinal is offline Junior Member
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    Default Middle click scrolling

    In the topic in Chrome Talk are the following 2 messages:

    Quote Originally Posted by kirby145 View Post
    Ever since Firefox I have become a middle click scroll addict! I hope chrome adds this soon.

    If you haven't used this, it's when you hold middle mouse button and move mouse up or down to scroll.
    Quote Originally Posted by Zamadatix View Post
    glad to say it does in mine, guess it was updated. If only they would put mouse gestures in!
    It however does not work in my Google Chrome (which says it's up to date at version

    Is the middle click feature supposed to work?
    and if so, does anyone know how to fix the fact that it's not working here?

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    Illway is offline Junior Member
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    I agree! This seems like such a basic thing. For me, it switches to zoom in/zoom out, which is really annoying. I want to scroll up, but instead everything is now in size 72 font

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    You need to be on the Chrome dev channel to access the new features of Chrome (Including middle-click scroll, F11 fullscreen, etc..)

    You can change channel by downloading the Chrome Channel Chooser.

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