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Monday, May 26, 2008

Adjusting scrolling!

By default, when you click on the scroll bar, it scrolls up or down by a page. It is possible to change that so that it scrolls up or down all the way to where you clicked. You can simply change it in the Appearance pane of System Preferences. It is the "Click in the scroll bar to:". The choices are "Jump to the next page" or "Jump to here".

2 Comments:

Blogger Ross said...

Given Leopard and a three button mouse is there any way of achieving FOUR separate mouse functions? - the left button (primary button) offers normal use, the right button (secondary button) offers a choice between contextual menus and activatating "spaces". Then the middle button offers a choice between activating "spaces" and fast scrolling in some applications which use the circular icon. I would like to use both these functions without having to use the keyboard.

May 27, 2008 at 2:08 AM  
Blogger Bert said...

By default, option-click acts as "scroll to here"

May 27, 2008 at 3:40 AM  

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