11 responses to “How To : Enable Smooth Scrolling Across Browsers in Windows”

  1. chinmoy

    Firefox has about:config options as well.
    Set general.smoothScroll to true.
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  2. Shaunak De

    I think its enabled by default on Opera. [Or perhaps I had enabled it too long ago to remember. :)]
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    1. Pallab

      Yeah. It is enabled by default.

  3. Kenan

    Google Chrome supports smooth scrolling through an extension you can download.

  4. Heinz

    Default smooth scrolling is a catastrophy in all browsers. The only browser who can do real smooth scrolling is Firefox with add-on ‘Yet Another Smooth Scrolling’. The rest is garbage.

    1. asdf

      i hate you all ff fans…

      1. Kokain

        Don’t be, Chromium Wheel Smooth Scroller is now available by the same people for Chrome. I hate my windows 7 with the jerky scroll in different programs. It kills the fact I got a 120hz monitor.

  5. solnyshok

    I chrome, use “Smooth scroll” extension. It works even better that YASS in firefox, because chrome is less cpu-hungry. I really feel it on a notebook.

  6. MidNightstorm

    Google Chrome have a extension that have the ability of smooth scroll

  7. Quich

    Google Chrome has an extension called “Chromium Wheel Smooth Scroller” which is a STUNNING smooth scroller and even animates a little “bounce” effect when you reach the bottom/top of a page. Brilliant!

  8. yossi cohen

    try quick scroll for chrome…
    it enables you to scroll just like on touch screens… drag and throw….
    with momentum!

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