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On 1/5/2016 at 1:06 PM, Boo Berry said:

I do hope it's optional, I actually don't like smooth scrolling.

I wouldn't be surprised if there was no option in the preferences for it, but I'd imagine at the very least it will remain as a flag and/or the --disable-smooth-scrolling command line switch.

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It's enabled by default in Canary (and likely Chromium too), but I can still disable it in chrome://flags for the time being. It's quite annoying - it'd be fine if it was more like IE/Edge's smooth scrolling, but I hate how slow it is (Firefox's too, actually). So I just leave it disabled.

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7 hours ago, Boo Berry said:

It maybe downIt's enabled by default in Canary (and likely Chromium too), but I can still disable it in chrome://flags for the time being. It's quite annoying - it'd be fine if it was more like IE/Edge's smooth scrolling, but I hate how slow it is (Firefox's too, actually). So I just leave it disabled.

It maybe down to your mouse if you think it is slow then as i am using a Logitech and it is lightning fast as always.

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6 hours ago, SnoopZ said:

It maybe down to your mouse if you think it is slow then as i am using a Logitech and it is lightning fast as always.

So am I, and I know for sure scrolling is set pretty fast.

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On 21/01/2016 at 0:16 PM, Demz said:

i rather like Chrome 48.

i find Chrome's Video performasnce so much better than Firefox . but why? is it to do with WebGl2 ? 

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7 minutes ago, .stan said:

What's your problem with it? Have you tried creating an issue on their issue tracker about what's bugging you?

in linux it may act differently to windows but i do not like it, what i dont like about it, it doesnt open up in a New Tab Window Like Opera when you download in that browser.  but again i use Firefox mostly at the moment for Downloads .  ( download Manager's are better in firefox ) 

 

no i havent created a ticket about it

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wonder if this new version employs the new compression algorithm to make it "faster"....oh, and thanks for the warning, steve. I almost spit out my coffee with a burst of laughter.

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