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I'm running Debian on a 400MHz machine, so everything's quite slow. When I press PgDn, I see two or three flashes of what the page should look like as it's scrolling down to the next page (I assume this is to make an animation of the page scrolling down).

What can I set in about:config to make it so that PgDn just shows the next page immediately without this animation?

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Have you tried to change general.smoothScroll to false?

You also have a whole range of general.smoothScroll.something that you can try to disable if the first option doesn't work.

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I believe you can also go into the advanced tab of the settings menu to disable smooth scroll as well. – SaintWacko Sep 6 '12 at 13:07

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