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Windows 8.1: how applications inherit the OS's UI controls' styles (e.g scrollbars)

This is an extensions to a previous question of mine. At first glance, it seems that on Windows 8.1, Firefox, Chrome and IE (for example) all implement the OS UI control appearance, when it comes to ...
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Disabling auto-hiding of vertical scrollbar in Word 2013

I'm wondering whether there is any option/control to disable the automatic hiding (fade-out effect) of vertical scrollbar that happens after few seconds of mouse inactivity in Microsoft Word 2013? I ...
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ubuntu theme with same scrollbars in both gtk 2 and 3

Running Ubuntu 13.04 with overlay scrollbars disabled, the default theme of Ambiance renders scrollbars differently depending on whether they are used in a GTK 2 or GTK 3 application. I am just ...
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Change Windows 7 scrollbar colors

Being legally blind in left eye, now right eye is blurry. My Windows 7 scrollbars' grays "blend together" and are difficult to see. How can I either change to two colors or to two contrasting ...
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How to change scrollbars in IE10 for Windows 7

So I'm not really a fan of Microsoft's approach on metro-style designing. I recently downloaded IE10 for Windows 7, and overall it looks pretty good. Except for the default scrollbars; this are just ...
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Changing Windows 7 default scrollbar

No offense, but the default Windows 7 scrollbars are not so great. I wish to change them preferably without using any third party applications and more so without using any paid third party ...
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Is it possible to change the scroll bar color in Windows 8?

Often when I'm browsing a web page with a lot of content, the scroll bar is hard to find because the contrast between the position of the clickable part and the background is low. It would be great ...
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How to enable side and bottom slide of a touchpad on a Dell Studio 15?

I reformatted my hard drive and installed Windows 7 Home Premium on my laptop, and now I can't scroll with my touchpad like I used to by swiping down on the right side. I installed the driver for ...
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How can I regain control over a “stuck” scroll bar?

I normally have a lot of tabs open in the browser at one time, which normally doesn't cause any problems. Occasionally, though, the page will have fully rendered, the scroll bar is at the top of ...
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Scroll Bar on OS X Lion Terminal won't go away [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Snow Leopard hide scrollbar in terminal? I have this scrolling bar on the right side of my terminal because I accidentally split the window and I've merged the windows, ...
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How do I change the width of scrollbars in Gnome?

How do I change the width of scrollbars in Gnome? The option to configure this is not in the "Appearance" application in the Preferences menu.
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Disappearing scrollbar in Windows like in OS X Lion

Is there any tweak or utility for Windows that can make the scrollbar behave like in OS X Lion? In OS X Lion, the scrollbar appears only when the interface is interacted with and disappears after a ...
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Notepad2 horizontal scrolling issue

I love Notepad2, but the one thing that is starting to make me want to ditch it is the horizontal scrolling quirk that prevents you from using the scrollbar to scroll all the way out to the right in ...
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How do I remove/hide all the scrollbars from windows in Windows XP?

How can I remove or hide scrollbars from all Windows XP windows? I don't need them, because I can scroll with my mouse.
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How to enable touch scrolling in Windows 7?

I have a touch screen laptop using Windows 7. I want to browse like in an iPad (drag up/down, not using the scroll bar). Anyone knows how to browse the web like that?
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Scroll bar for vim(curses-based one, not gvim)?

As a Linux user, I have been quite comfortable with CLI and TUI tools, but I miss the little scrollbar present in almost every GUI program. It has always been easier for me to know how long the file ...
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Horizontal Scrollbar (Bug?) in Google Chrome

Anyone else seeing this? Ever since 2 or 3 days ago, I've been seeing this quirk where 1 in 10 websites have this Google Chromium on Ubuntu Linux 10.04 LTS issues of a horizontal scrollbar, while ...
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How to remove scrollbars from Far Manager after resizing window?

When I resize my FAR Manager and make the window smaller, I get scrollbars! How do I remove it and make FAR Manager fit into window size so I could see bottom tool bar all the time? Take a look at ...
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How do I enable the scroll option on my Acer Aspire laptop?

I have an Acer Aspire 5532, and it used to have a scroll option on it, on the side of the touchpad. I used a regular mouse plugged into the USB drive for a while, with the touchpad disabled, but it ...
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Show gvim scrollbar only when needed

Gvim has a default behavior where it always shows a scrollbar on all buffers at all times. Is there a way to make the scrollbar visible only if the document is larger than the frame?
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How to make vertical scrollbar wider on firefox

I'm seeking a method of making the vertical scroll bar in Firefox wider so it's easier to grab on a touchscreen PC.
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Why does my scrollbar scroll automatically in Windows XP?

I am using Windows XP SP3, and facing problem with scroll bar(in windows as well as in browser..). the scroll bar is running on it's own, up and down. I have Formated and reinstalled the Windows OS ...
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On OS X, using Terminal, is there a way to get rid of the scroll bar?

I've been going back and forth a bit between iTerm and Terminal lately. They both have their pros and cons, but at this point I've more or less settled on Terminal. (The reason, if you're curious, ...