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To achieve the scroll function by moving the mouse I guess you're referring to the auto scroll feature. In this case just press the middle mouse button (which is the scroll wheel in most modern mice, it's clickable) and move the mouse If you're talking about the thing that happens when you click the mouse in the trough of the scroll bar then it's the same ...


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This feature is already available in Edge browser and I overlooked it in Edge settings: edge://settings/content/cookies You need to block all 3rd party cookies and then add the sites whose 3rd party cookies you want to be allowed, to the "Allow" list and make sure to check the box that says "include 3rd party cookies for this site" That'...


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I spent many hours on this and eventually found my ideal solution. After that, I found out other people are suggesting something very similar. However, I am still posting it since I am sure it will help some people, because of some details and because I am providing a working sample. What I did is setting up a portable version of 32-bit Google Chrome for ...


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There is no need for that, here is your answer with multiple options. First "it seems" this is impossible. I tried myself and searched everywhere and found people who were also trying with no luck. I say "it seems" because I haven't read a reason on this being 100% impossible, but I (we) couldn't find a single way to get it done. There ...


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By default, it's not possible. But Google Chrome has an extension specifically for that. It's called Search Box Focus. You can find it here: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/search-box-focus/amgmdnojamodmpfjaokfgpijhpcednjm Once installed, you can simply press Tab to focus the search bar. I hope that helps!


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I was facing the exact same problem. Having to press Tab 10 times or more is really subobtimal. Unfortunately, I couldn't find an extension that would modify the behaviour of Tab so that pressing it once would focus the search bar immediately. Well, long story short I ended up building my own Google Chrome Extension that does exactly that. Feel free to check ...


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You should select all relevant tabs by pressing the first tab and then Ctrl+Shift and clicking on the last tab. Or pressing Ctrl+ and clicking on any tab you wish to reload. After all relevant tabs are selected: press Ctrl+Shift+R


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