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I'm using TweetDeck in both Google Chrome and with Adobe AIR.

When a really hot HashTag Feed comes along, it looks like a high-speed train going by and I can't read anything.

Is there anyway to pause the feed so that you can actually read the tweets? (Ya know aside from using twitter.com)

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So there's no way to do this? Unbelievable. – leeand00 Oct 14 '11 at 15:31
    
This really doesn't seem like the place for my question, since TweetDeck is a web-app (okay and a desktop app) but my question was referring to the web-app in Chrome. – leeand00 Nov 25 '11 at 20:07
    
I guess this doesn't work. P.S. there's a desktop app for TweetDeck and a web app too. – leeand00 Apr 19 '12 at 4:36

What I do in the Google Chrome App is to scroll the "feed bar" a little down, that way it will still update your feed BUT stop it from moving your scroll bar to the last message.

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But when I let go, it will just start flying again, unless I have a second mouse cursor I can't click on a link that way... – leeand00 Jul 2 '12 at 18:31
    
thats weird, when I let go it stays there. – Rhyuk Jul 2 '12 at 18:32

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