extension ExtPose


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This extension adds customizable autoscroll support to Chrome.

Image from store AutoScroll
Description from store For users on Linux or Mac, the lack of autoscroll can be a big pain. This extension can help! It supports both sticky and non-sticky scrolling, doesn't scroll on textareas or links, and even has settings to customize various aspects such as scroll speed. To use it, press (or hold) the middle mouse button, then move the mouse to scroll the page. Alternatively, hold Ctrl/⌘ and press the left mouse button. It won't work on every page, but it should work on most. Known bugs: ● You need to refresh the site or restart Chrome before it'll work. You only need to do this once. ● Doesn't work on chrome:// URLs or the Chrome Web Store. It's restricted by Chrome for security reasons. Changelog: http://paaru.pbworks.com/f/AutoScroll%20Changelog.html GitHub: https://github.com/Pauan/AutoScroll

Latest reviews

  • (2022-08-07) light gray: Stop using an Autoscroll extension on chromium based browsers on Linux or macOS Add this flag to your browser instead: --enable-blink-features=MiddleClickAutoscroll Why? 1. Removes the need of an extension 2. Provides more performance
  • (2022-08-05) Takkar Pulsar: finally working in linux
  • (2022-08-04) Emil Teofanov: It works without a problem under ChromeOS / Chromebook. (I was a bit surprised that AutoScroll is not natively integrated in Chrome browser, under ChromeOS.) Thank you very much dear developer!
  • (2022-07-12) Teh0nlyMessiaH: doesn't work on all page (im looking at you, this exact page we're on right now) but works on most other pages. hopefully they change the functionality of middle mouse when you have a browser open to do fast scroll instead of having a second way to paste or atleast an option in the menus to enable that
  • (2022-06-25) RedHatDarrow: Procurei por tempos. Ótima extensão.
  • (2022-06-09) C Martinez: It works on my 2020 iMac with 3rd party mouse. It doesn't work on this chrome page now, but it works on YouTube and other pages. I'm so glad I've found this!
  • (2022-06-09) Nikhil Varma P: Doesnt work.
  • (2022-05-27) Сергей Друзь: Doesn't working❗
  • (2022-05-18) Soe Min Tun: work perfectly for me linuxmint 20.3 cinnamon
  • (2022-04-28) гагик мартиросян: Лучший среди тех, что опробовал. Работает как заявлено разработчиком. В параметрах можно проставить свои цифры и выбрать предпочтительную скорость (по умолчанию дано 10). Моя оценка 5 звезд! Спасибо!
  • (2022-04-26) RedSnt: Wow, so simple yet so powerful. Took me a little while to figure out what the settings meant and <5 px, >5 px, 20 spd seems to emulate the autoscroll I'm used to in Vivaldi @ Win10 while I'm currently on Vivaldi @ Linux. 5/5 - It just works. Todd Howard would be proud.
  • (2022-03-31) 不忘初心: pretty nice!
  • (2022-03-21) Ankit Behera: Does not work. Totally useless
  • (2022-02-08) J C: Make sure you RTFM before you jump to conclusions. It works for me. Running Linux Mint.
  • (2021-12-27) Barack Lasagna: Scrolling is stuttering, specifically on Amazon.com. This happens on all computers with this extension. Does not do it without it.
  • (2021-12-24) tellfile: I love this add on! It moves the screen up, down and sideways hands free at whatever speed I want! I use it with a trackball mouse and once the middle button is pushed and the little screen icon pops up, screen travel can then be controlled by just a slight movement of the track ball. I use it in Linux Mint. I don’t know why Chrome didn’t have something like this as a basic setting in their browser like FireFox.
  • (2021-12-16) Amey Joshi: Very easy to use and stable....
  • (2021-12-15) 于祥: 确实超好用,给我录屏提供了方便
  • (2021-11-20) Ekstremedia: Exactly what I needed! Works perfectly, thanks.
  • (2021-10-26) Kiara Grouwstra: I love this extension, but still have trouble getting it to work in reader mode.
  • (2021-10-25) Patrick McLeod: Works for me on Mac. Just make sure to fully restart Chrome. Cmd + left click on the page and drag to start scrolling. Change the speed number in setting to adjust the speed.
  • (2021-08-02) sophia chan: 可以自如的控制速度,很好。
  • (2021-08-02) C慧: 可以自如的控制速度,很好。
  • (2021-07-12) Vladimír Pokorný: oh I love this, finally can use this thing again lol, Brave from snap on Manjaro GNOME
  • (2021-07-07) Roku Karasu: La première fois, il faut fermer et rouvrir Chrome pour le faire fonctionner, si il ne marche pas. La vitesse maximale que j'ai pu trouver est de 90, quand on dépasse ce nombre cela va plus doucement. Je trouve que la vitesse n'est pas assez pour une page très longue, si vous pourriez arranger ça se serait parfait.
  • (2021-06-23) mneth7each: Fa quello che dice di fare. L'ho cercata disperatamente e finalmente l'ho trovata!. Un grazie grande così. It Works! Thanks a lot. P.S. Riavviate prima di usarla. Restart before using it. .
  • (2021-06-19) Yousef A: Perfect extension. Returned middle click scrolling on my M1 Macbook, just like Windows.
  • (2021-06-12) Christopher Co: Now in the middle of 2021, this is by far the best middle click scroll application I've tested. Most of the chrome extensions here auto scrolls only; one I've tested has a nifty feature which grabs the screen like in touch screens, but this is the one I need. --Similar behavior in windows. I'm in Garuda Linux using Microsoft Chrome Dev, by the way. Wish this appeared on the top search list. Thank you, Dev!
  • (2021-06-10) Master: very helpful on Manjaro Linux. Thank you!
  • (2021-06-04) Sebastian Findling: excellent addon, it behaves almost the same as windows' mechanism, so 5 stars for me :D
  • (2021-06-01) barbosad: momento paja señores!
  • (2021-05-09) Τhanos0: As a disabled person who's not able to use the scroll wheel/middle button, this extension allows me to scroll by just pressing ctrl + left click.
  • (2021-05-04) Owen Smith: Should be stock in chrome for linux, still nice to have though.
  • (2021-04-21) Min Yu Shyu: I finally made it work. Update options: If moving less than [100] pixels. Hold down the middle mouse button and move down (at least half of the screen). Release the button. It will automatically scroll down.
  • (2021-04-19) Jake Grabowski: does not work macosx
  • (2021-04-11) mutlu pide: Mükemel.
  • (2021-03-24) Deformer CR: Works So Well That I Forget It Is Not In Built
  • (2021-03-23) Wes Stephenson: Works on Chrome on Ubuntu 20.04!
  • (2021-03-23) Joseph Morris: Does what it is supposed to do, odd this isn't a native option in Ubuntu/Gnome
  • (2021-03-16) ilkercan Kaya: very good but no scrolling speed settings, this feels slow coming from a windows user, please give the option to adjust scroll speed...
  • (2021-03-08) Azyl: It's great.
  • (2021-02-25) Will Cuber: For everyone that thinks this does not work, it worked by me at youtube.com, try it out yourself and see that it will probaly work when you press middle mouse button left to the search bar. but it goes very very fast, i wanted to read an online e book but it goes way to fast
  • (2021-02-06) Lars L.: Exactly what I wanted - works great! Thanks!
  • (2021-01-11) Arthur Cardoso: Works great! Thanks a lot for doing this, it helped me to change from Windows to MacBook!
  • (2020-12-30) Mae Katherine Mercado: Thank you! Works great and makes it easier to read comic/manga online!
  • (2020-12-29) Josh Lockwood: Thanks! Working on Mac 10.15.4 (Catalina) with Chrome 87. Had to restart Chrome. It doesn't work in the Chrome web store but seems to work on all other sites.
  • (2020-12-24) Nathan Hong: works perfectly now! for some reason it didnt work right after i restarted chrome.. had to wait a few hours before it kicked in..working now though
  • (2020-12-20) Lexinator: Even after restarting my computer, clicking on it does nothing. Though, I'm not sure if I'm doing it right sooo...
  • (2020-12-19) Dominik Adrian Grzywak: Doesn't work on Linux anymore
  • (2020-12-16) Tandis Pakdaman: i tried clicking on it but it kept bringing me to the add extention link

Latest issues

  • (2022-01-30, v:4.10) No Name: Mouse wheel click scrolling doesn't work properly.
    Hello. Have been enjoying your extension so far but encountered a problem. On sites that use css property "scroll-behavior: smooth" mouse wheel click scrolling doesn't work properly: it starts scrolling very very slow, and when you release the button it scrolls very quick. See this video: https://www.awesomescreenshot.com/video/7110321?key=1f0b9fe8457eb34b9426cd39a023b711 To reproduce the issue: 1) Open any website 2) Open dev tools (ctrl+shift+i on most OS) 3) Select root element (HTML tag) in DOM tree 4) add "scroll-behavior: smooth;" to "element.style" 5) Click mouse wheel button somewhere on a page and move mouse up or down Expected behavior: page scrolls with speed defined in extension config Actual behavior: page scrolls very slow
  • (2021-10-25, v:4.10) Cort Curtis: Your instructions on how to use this extension
    Your instructions on how to use this extension are gibberish under "basic" and "speed". How about giving instructions so the user can adjust the speed of the scrolling in simple terms? None of the checkmarks or input make any difference to the speed. This Chrome extension is useless. You should get your programmers to get into the shoes of the user.
  • (2021-06-29, v:4.10) epic gamer: How do i use it on trackpad?
    I don't have a mouse that's the only reason i downloaded this. Please make controls for trackpad users such as myself.
  • (2021-05-27, v:4.10) Palak Mody: How to use on Mac without using mouse?
    I don't see an instruction on this. Is mouse required to do the left click? How to achieve this using track pad?
  • (2021-04-30, v:4.10) Sharique Khan: how to slow down the speed
    i want the scrolling speed to be more slow
  • (2021-04-08, v:4.10) capitalbet nakuwadde: HOW MAKE THE AUTO SCROLL KEEP MOVING AUTOMATICALLY UP AND DOWN.
    what if i want the auto scroll to reach the bottom of the page and automatically starts scrolling up wards to the top and vice versa ?? Thank waiting for reply.
  • (2021-03-17, v:4.10) Fernando Perez: Middleclick no longer keeps scroll function active
    I used to be able to middleclick once and the scroll icon would appear and I could scroll the page by moving my mouse up and down from that icon (without having to keep the middleclick pressed or pressing any new buttons). I found that turning on the CTRL+Click feature does keep the scroll icon in place after initiating the command. Oddly enough, on certain sites, the middleclick, release and scroll feature does work on certain sites, but on others, it does not (it functions as described above). In some instances, an icon doesn't even appear but I am able to scroll the page (albeit while holding down the middleclick button).
  • (2021-02-04, v:4.10) Anushka Gupta: handsfree
    how do i make it scroll handsfree? It works scrolls if i hold cmd+ left click but if i let go it stops scrolling.
  • (2021-01-18, v:4.10) Alex Cameron: "Stuttery" Scroll Speed - What settings will help achieve a smoother scroll
    I'm finding that I am getting "stuttery" looking scrolled pages. Can you please recommend a way of getting a smoother auto scroll? I am assuming it's to do with the speed and how many pixels it's tying to scroll - is that right? Does a higher or lower number work better? Thank you.
  • (2020-09-11, v:4.10) Ryan McCampbell: Enable only on non-windows
    I wonder if an option could be added to disable the extension on Windows since it is redundant, for people who have extensions synced between multiple OS's. Although it doesn't have much overhead and is mostly identical to the built-in behavior, I would still like to only use it on OS's that don't have it built-in.
  • (2020-08-11, v:4.10) Rbgo Web: Doesn't work with "Asciidoctor.js Live Preview"
    "Asciidoctor.js Live Preview" is an extension to render *.adoc files inside the browser window. When an *.adoc file is large enough, the vertical scrollbar is visible, but the AutoScroll anchor will not appear, nor work. The extension home: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/asciidoctorjs-live-previe/iaalpfgpbocpdfblpnhhgllgbdbchmia
  • (2020-03-25, v:4.10) Mohammad Nabavi: Autoscroll in Built-in PDF Viewer
    While the websites are being simply autoscrolled, the built-in PDF viewer activates the hand tool on middle mouse hold. Is there any solution?
  • (2020-03-10, v:4.10) Belal Salem: Hide/Show the Cross of the scroll center
    There is a cross icon appears where you move around to scroll the other ways around, I suggest adding an option to enable/disable this icon
  • (2019-03-27, v:4.10) James Rumora: Page turner
    Does your extension support any foot based page turners like AirTurn, Page Flip or anything else?
  • (2018-11-22, v:4.10) Vraja D: Middle click on search boxes fixed now since update
    Tanx. Workin fine agin.
  • (2018-11-04, v:4.9) Vraja D: Not allowing middle click paste in some search boxes since update
    For example youtube and facebook
  • (2018-11-04, v:4.9) Arizel Halffiend: Primary buffer doesn't work
    Hi. After Chrome's update the extension prevents primary buffer's inserting on Ubuntu 14.04.
  • (2018-09-12, v:4.8) Autoscroll broken with Chrome 69.0.3497.81
    Was just auto updated from Chrome 68 to Chrome 69.0.3497.81. Mouse wheel scrolling broken now.
  • (2018-07-25, v:4.8) Burak Dilşen: exponantial speed
    opera browser had scroll speed which was exponential. you could add a checkbox for little move fine tuned scroll and easily speedup to light speed without exhausting the height of screen. this feature would feel the opposite of "Don't scroll faster than .... pixels" option. looking forward to see this feature
  • (2018-06-26, v:4.8) Tyler Neill: minimum page requirements
    any idea what specifically is needed on a page for the extension to work? I use it all the time on professionally made sites, but I'm also curious to make my own simple pages to use in the browser with the scrolling. No luck yet with experimenting.
  • (2018-06-23, v:4.8) Mücke: Kein Vorschlag Nur ein Danke!
    Danke an den Entwickler für diese Erweiterung!
  • (2018-06-06, v:4.8) James Gentile: Disable auto-scroll option?
    I use this extension to disable auto-scroll after the last one I used stopped being distributed on chrome store. Right now I just set "Scroll if moving more than X pixels" to the size of my screen, which is fine but was just wondering if you could also make an option to just disable autoscroll completely and stop it from changing the mouse pointer to the scroll pointer. I simply find the feature annoying and would like it gone.
  • (2018-04-23, v:4.8) XtA km4p: Permissions
    Why does it require the permission to read and modify all the sites I visit?


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4.3 (717 votes)
Last update / version
2018-11-21 / 4.10
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