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11/20/13
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bbcreek

Scrollbar arrows missing


Chrome Version (32.0.1700.19 (Official Build 235778) beta-m Aura)
Operating System (Windows XP, ):
Extensions ():
 
The bottom scrollbar arrow is missing in chrome but not windows explorer. Should I reinstall Chrome to fix this? There are lots of questions that ask the same thing but no answers.
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Dion Black
11/20/13
Dion Black
Me too - No vertical or horizontal arrows. Come on Google, fix it now!!
vmwiseguy
11/21/13
vmwiseguy
I have the same issue - same level (32.0.1700.19 beta-m Aura) on Windows 7. I did a re-install but no luck - up/down scroll arrows still missing.
Google user
11/21/13
Google user
Me too
Jeff Handley
12/6/13
Jeff Handley
This looks like an intentional change that I got recently. It's pretty awful. A terrible choice in usability. I click the up/down arrows for scrolling all day every day.
Sandy Garrett
12/7/13
Sandy Garrett
If the scrollbar change were widespread, wouldn't we be hearing more complaints? The whole world hasn't gone touchscreen and mobile yet.
 
Or are we the only ones who still use mice?
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Google user
4/18/14
Google user

Hi All,


Thank you for your reports & feedback. Arrows will be returned to scrollbars in version 34 of Chrome. You can access this version of Chrome now. There are also a number of extensions available in the web store (many have been listed on this thread), which you can use in the current version of Chrome.


Thank you,

Sarah
 
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