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1/17/14
Original Poster
nsx82

Scrolling-zooming ctrl key problem

In the last two or three days I noticed a strange behavior in my google chrome.
I can reproduce the problem on a very simple way:
 
1, I press the ctrl key down on my keyboard.
2, I don't press any other key, just release the ctrl key
3, start scrolling on any opened web page up or down
 
What happens?:
 
The page starts to zoom (Just like I still pressing the ctrl key) But this zoom happens only one time, after that the scroll function starts work.
 
What should to happens?
 
Scroll the page without zooming anything.
 
 
First i thought this problem comes from the dev version of chrome, so I did try to install the actual stable version of chrome (i think today its the version:32).
 
Absolutely clean install without any extensions: same problem
Now I installed back my dev version
 
few days before i got some security update from Microsoft for Win7. And approx. six days before i installed a new catalyst driver. No another new software on my computer..
 
Chrome Version: 34.0.1788.0 dev-m
Operating System: Windows 7
Extensions: none:
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Dmitry Mahlay
1/18/14
Dmitry Mahlay
I have the same problem :/
Dmitry Mahlay
1/18/14
Dmitry Mahlay
I have the same problem. And I can say that if you'll try to zoom in Mozilla or other browsers you'll not have this problem.
Google user
1/18/14
Google user
Same problem extremely annoying
1/18/14
Original Poster
nsx82
Any suggestion from the google team?!
I have used google chrome right after its released. But now I really thinking on to search an alternative of google chrome because in this situation, (i mean this awkward problem) absolutely useless. It makes me more anger than fun... I would like to know something when we can expect the next version that fixing this issue. If I can count with a bug fix shortly, I will wait for the fix of course, otherwise I get rid from this browser for forever...
samyazza23
1/19/14
samyazza23
The very same problem here. This actually happens on a clean Windows 7 install with nothing but Google Chrome.
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Andy88778877
4/16/14
Andy88778877
Life saver!!! Have been struggling with this for weeks! Thank you!
 
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