Simple speed-customizable auto scroll
1. What is it? A speed-customizable auto-scroll Google Chrome extension. 2. Why? A lot of times I find myself reading long texfiles, and after a while, I kind of wish I could just read them as if they were a movie. I've tried with the mouse (middle click) thingy, but it's just not practical and adjusting the speed is very tricky - not to mention that a lot of times it's just too fast. 3. Features This extension allows you to easily change the auto-scroll speed and save it in three different modes; slow, medium and fast. A single click will stop the auto-scrolling. Note: Does not work in Google related websites.
- (2019-11-01) Caio Machado: não funcionou no .pdf
- (2019-10-30) Gaung Genta Utama: didn't work, i open grafana page btw
- (2019-10-20) Designer: I love it! I think u could add this when we are using fullscreen, it would help a lot!! Greeting from brasil!
- (2019-09-26) neveah ღ: Thank you! I read manga and I was trying to find a way to make manga auto scroll without me scrolling it because I'm lazy and now I finally found something that works!!!!! tysm<33333333
- (2019-09-02) Rishav Paul: Great extension but sadly doesn't work on Pinterest
- (2019-07-31) Atima Ongart: so cool
- (2019-06-20) Umair Zamil: Hi, i like the extension.. but is it possible to make it useable for onilne whatsapp web?
- (2019-06-06) TV Câmara Lavras: Very good. Pratice !!!!
- (2019-04-24) Wibisono Indrawan: doesn't work on chrome version 74
- (2019-04-21) a b: Thanks xjpablobrx for this great extension, I do have a small improvement suggestion, it would be great if you make the scroll be canceled only by the "Esc" key and not by any key get pressed. The reason is if the user assign a shortcut to this extension and try to press that shortcut again to get to the faster scroll setting the scroll itself gets canceled! So making the scroll be canceled only by the "Esc" would prevent accidentally canceling the scroll when using shortcut.
- (2019-04-21) Marc Bernard Schauber: Doesn't work :(
- (2019-04-12) MagicManFoli: Won't work with Google Docs, no reaction regardless of settings. Works on other websites.
- (2019-04-10) Prashant kulkarni: works perfectly on youtube music and other sites
- (2019-03-27) not working
- (2019-03-22) Dispersion Translations: Hey man, this is amazing, but could you make a better way to turn it off? Like, with a hotkey or something?
- (2019-03-14) M. Gökberk Tektek: a hotkey to start scrolling would be great
- (2019-03-10) Nitram Robits: No support for GNU/Linux (Arch). Pressing middle mouse button and nothing . . .
- (2019-01-30) Артем Никитин: Соглашусь с выше написанным отзывом, расширение простое без заморочек, справляется с поставленной задачей на отлично. Эта второй из опробованных, на нем и остановлюсь.
- (2018-12-25) Kevin Rietmann: Broken for about a week, working again now - if the original developer is hard at work fixing things, hat's off! This is a great little extension.
- (2018-11-16) Have used it in the past with great success but with a recent re-install I get nothing. Would love to have the use of this extension once again. I am using a Chromebook with the most recent Chrome OS update. I have done repeated Power Washes with no change. Can anyone help me regain this function?
- (2018-11-13) Cesar Cueto: Before finding this extension, I tried two others out with the word autoscroll in their extension name. This extension is the only one of the three that actually auto scrolls. All you have to do is click on the extension button to get it started at either slow, medium or fast scrolling all of which are fully customizable in the options menu. Great app!
- (2018-10-29) Jhonatan Macedo: excelent
- (2018-10-16) Stephen Willis: I really don't like that I have to step through slow/med/fast/off even with a hot key set. Let me pick a default speed then just toggle it on and off.
- (2018-10-08) Jeff Kang: Note to everyone that you can customize the speed of "Slow", "Medium", and "Fast". Default is 80, 30, and 1 respectively. AutoScroll is the most popular extension. You can adjust the speed with your mouse movement like the normal middle-click. You could say that you have finer control as opposed to Simple Auto Scroll's 3 steps, but 1) You can jump to the speed that you want immediately 2) Mouse movement won't interfere with the current speed. Looking way to activate it from F11 Full-screen.
- (2018-10-03) wheat bread: Perfect.