On 13 August 2005 14:03, Duncan wrote:
> Christian Parpart posted <email@example.com>, excerpted
> below, on Sat, 13 Aug 2005 05:59:18 +0200:
> > I just installed a SuSE Linux within VMware and was really surprised
> > about how smoove the pages do scroll up/down (using the mouse wheel)
> > within SuSE's KDE installation;
> > I was wondering wether this is a SuSE patch (where available, if) or
> > whether I am just missing the path to this config entry.
Actually, it isn't a konqueror feature but a KDE-wide one. Open the Control
Centre, Peripherals -> Mouse -> Advanced -Y Mouse wheel scrolls by. You can
adjust it there.
> I don't know about the mouse wheel smooth-scrolling, and don't have
> Firefox installed so can't try it there, but I just found the Konqueror
> auto-scroll feature, quite by accident. I'm running KDE 3.4.1, and have
> no idea if it's in earlier versions or not, since I just discovered it,
> but try hitting shift-arrow (up, down, left, or right). Auto-scrolling!
> Hitting any key (no, not /the/ "any" key! <g>) to stop the scrolling.
It has been in konqueror for ages.
> I think there's probably some way to adjust the speed, but I'm not sure
> where. It's possible it's (presently) only adjustable by editing a config
> file, not graphically.
Hit Shift-down briefly. Hit it again. Again. See? Want to slow down? Hit
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