04-01-2017 04:47 AM
I'm befuddled. Two finger scrolling in Windows 10 dialogs, applications and Internet Explorer/Edge all works perfectly. However, Chrome is far too sensitive and the page blazes past. I can't adjust the scroll speed in settings because that affects all other apps (in other words they'll become way too slow!) Just to make matters more confused I've also got a Logitech mouse and the scroll wheel works fine everywhere - and this means if I install an extension in Chrome to configure scroll speed to work with the touchpad I will have slowed it down to a painful rate using the scroll wheel.
Any clues how to configure Chrome two finger scrolling correctly? Is this an issue with the trackpad or Chrome?
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04-03-2017 03:46 AM
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04-04-2017 12:24 AM
Thank you @krakken. I had tried messing with the smoothscroll option in chrome://flags but after restarting Chrome that didn't seem to help so I put it back to normal. Then I rebooted at some point and later noticed that touch pad scrolling was working fine!! This has me a little confused as I've tried multiple things in the past and rebooted in the past so I can't put my finger on what actually fixed the problem! With that said the touchpad has increased in sensitivity again today so I wonder whether it gets progressively worse over days until I reboot it??
However, I'm marking your reply as the accepted solution since the utility you've mentioned looks great - I'd done some searching of my own but hadn't come across that and I might be installing it anyway since it looks genuinely useful.