Scrolling-zooming ctrl key problem2 Recommended Answers
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
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
KatMouse (per nsx82): Add class: Chrome_WidgetWin_1, and under the settings tick option: "Window has scrolling wheel support?" (try checked first)
WizMouse (per JoPa Mi): Uncheck "Enable mouse wheel for applications without mouse wheel support"
I have good news about the problem on my computer! But I still have no idea what makes exactly the interference... Its not comes from any extensions, and also not about the newest version of the chrome. So on this way would like to say sorry because I was blaming chrome whit this problem.
On my computer the situation is the following:
I using a freeware software (KatMouse) to make every windows scrollable without activating the windows itself (with other words: If its installed, you can scroll unfocused windows without activating them)
In my case this software has interference with google chrome, but I don't know how(?), because they was working together years long.
I suppose everyone who having the same problem like me, must look first in the mouse setup and try to adjust scroll settings.
I remember with my old mouse it was an option (called like office mode). When I bought my logitech performance mx mouse, I missed this option, this is why installed KatMouse.
In the KatMouse settings I can specify applications and/or windows classes to customize scrolling settings. I added class: Chrome_WidgetWin_1, and under the settings ticked an option: "Window has scrolling wheel support? (try checked first)
After this my chrome started to work well. I suppose for Katmouse seems like google chrome has no wheel scrolling support, and this makes the problem.
I think when I installed latest Catalyst drivers on my os (few days before), it also installed .Net 4.5 framework. This is the other suspicious stuff for me, but I don't want to remove because I afraid, it affect the driver itself.
So its maybe an interference between .Net framework and mouse driver and chrome.
should to investigate for someone who knows more than me..
Actually i solved my problem on the mentioned way, but i'm sure its just a workaround.
If you want to tryto solve the problem on my way, you can download KatMouse from the link bellow:
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...
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