extension ExtPose


Description from extension meta 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 (2019-10-09) Leandro Souza: Resolveu meu problema com o irritante "autoscrool". Basta ir em "opções" e descarmar "Scrool without holding..." (2019-08-31) Gregzenegair Skynet: Just need to stop and re open Chrome to make it work, but works ! (2019-08-21) Jorge Humberto Nemogá Pinzón: Linux MInt 19.2 - 64bits - Mate. Web Browser Chorme - stable. FINE (2019-08-14) Madalina Daniela Teodorescu: It does nothing. When I click on it, it takes me to this page. (2019-08-07) Rod Jamieson: Works as described. I finally have auto scrolling in Linux working beautifully. Auto scrolling isn't something I have missed much but it's handy at times. For all those people who say it doesn't work remember to restart Chrome after installing it. Then just middle mouse click anywhere on a page, the AutoScroll icon appears where you clicked then release the mouse button and move the mouse up/down to scroll. Simple. (2019-06-26) Sebastien Saletes: Either it doesn't work or instruction are unclear (I have restarted / refreshed) (2019-05-09) Corey Ogburn: I believe this extensions has started crashing with a recent Chrome update. Sometimes when scrolling a lot on a single page my scroll wheel will stop working but only for that tab. If I refresh the tab I can start scrolling again. It's happened on a variety of pages. (2019-05-03) Francisco Manuel Sánchez Rubio: Hay que actualizar la página que estés viendo la primera vez que enciendas la extensión. Funciona pulsando la rueda del ratón, o si no tienes ratón porque estás en un portátil, pulsando tecla Control + al mismo tiempo el botón izquierdo de tu dispositivo de señalación. Luego dejas el puntero lo más cerca posible del simbolito que aparece, para que vaya bajando poco a poco. Genial para leer comics desde lejos (por ejemplo en el sofá en la tele) sin contar con mouse inalámbrico y sin tener que engorrarte en usar TeamViewer en el móvil para controlar el PC remotamente.. (2019-04-29) yingxue wen: 希望可以支持pdf的滚动模式 (2019-04-25) Daniel Ede: With the key customization variables, I was able to match the feel of native auto-scrolling in windows and a better feel that Firefox's own implementation on Linux. Thank you! (2019-03-31) Francisco Prado: If you want to use your Wacom tablet on Linux and you want to scroll the page with its bottom button this can be the solution. (2019-03-27) Вероника Заглотова: Really good extension, but I want it to be customizable, for example the dead zone, sensitivity, maximum speed, etc. Edit: wow, I didn't know I can right-click on the icon and change all that things. THAT'S 12/10 EXTENSION RIGHT THERE (2019-03-27) not working (2019-03-23) Mark Balazo: Works on Windows! Thank you devs. (2019-03-22) leeroyshrek leeroyshrek: Doesn't work on ubuntu 18 (2019-03-21) Edgar Peddy: Does exactly what I want. Took a little bit to get it working correctly on Brave but once it started working it works as you would expect it to on Windows. Helpful thread for tweaking xinput settings, may or may not be helpful for getting this extension to work on Brave. https://askubuntu.com/questions/28150/chrome-chromium-middle-mouse-button-for-scroll-linux-mac (2019-03-20) Roger Chosnyk: Works perfectly in Google Chrome on Linux! You'd think that Google would have this feature by now for us. (2019-03-10) Nitram Robits: Well, it works under GNU/Linux like Arch, for example. Thank you, it is very handy . . . (2019-01-30) Iyas Massoud: This is the BEST extension on the store if you're looking for something to alleviate your frustration with either a bad trackpad/touchpad or a bad mouse scroll wheel. All you have to do is hold ctrl (short for the control key on your keyboard) then hold the left mouse button and drag up or down. This extension feels so authentic. It works as good as, if not better, than standard Windows computer. Good job developer! (2019-01-25) Thomas Havlik: Horizontal scroll does not work, making this useless for me. (2019-01-20) Eldee Smith: At first I thought it didn't work, but it turns out I had just run into the two situations where it does NOT work (that are clearly identified in the instructions). You HAVE to restart chrome after you install it, and it doesn't work on the google chrome store (so these reviews don't autoscroll, etc). Once you're on a normal site though it works fine. Using it on Kubuntu 18.10 (2019-01-20) aione: 很棒!希望可以加入更直观的滑动速度视觉变量 (2019-01-15) Thanasut Vudthivichai: It's working for me! Version 71.0.3578.98 (Official Build) (64-bit) MAC (High Sierra) 10.13.6 Thanks 👍 (2019-01-14) Vishal Rb: Does not work. useless (2018-12-31) Tycho Grouwstra: Works on Chrome (Linux), so five stars for that. On Brave, however, I could not get this to work yet.

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4.3096 (633 votes)
Last update / version
2018-11-21 / 4.10




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