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I use X-Mouse Button Control and after manually setting the wheel preference in X-Mouse Button Control and rebooting the Windows Mouse Control Panel setting was set to eight instead of three. There are lots of programs that interact with mice and trackpads, if someone has something, especially a trackpad on a laptop then they are very likely running ...


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For me it was from All in One Gestures. Uncheck: "Scroll Wheel in Tab Bar" and "Scroll Wheel Navigation".


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I've been annoyed by this for a long time, but when I searched most recently, I found a Chrome Extension that disables this Ctrl-scroll zoom behavior called No MouseWheel Zoom. It worked fairly well, but didn't do exactly what I wanted (I wanted scrolling to continue as usual, even if I had pressed Ctrl. The extension just stopped scrolling and zooming ...


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Another generic solution for alternate use cases is to use a x windows like mouse behavior. You can use wizmouse to do that. What I do is, use the mouse to scroll one window and the keyboard to scroll the other. i.e. Launch the Wizmouse app keep the active focus on the window you wish to control via the keyboard. move the mouse to the inactive window. ...



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