My suggestion is to use the Firefox's built in feature that allows you to take screenshots of single DOM element.
Just pop open the developer tools → Find the element → Right Click and take screenshot
It didn't work on one of my internal site so cannot say it will work for all.
Update after OP's Edit:
If you intend to record full page along ...
I FINALLY figured it out! On my Asus machine, at least. Go to Control Panel, like Browning IT said, but instead of clicking on the "Mouse" option, click on "Asus Smart Gesture" instead. Under the Two Finger Column, check the box next to "Content moves reversely with your finger's direction." I hope this applies to your model. I have a Flip. That took me 2 ...
If your keyboard is near your mouse, you can hold the shift key down while you operate the scroll wheel. The window should scroll left and right.
Of course, the left and right arrow keys will scroll the contents of a window left or right in short steps.
Some mouse devices have additional controls and a software driver designed for Macs (Logitech, for ...
save this as .bat
taskkill -f -im syntpenh.exe
cd C:\Program Files\Synaptics\SynTP
start "" "syntpenh.exe"
that's for unfreezing TP
does the TP freeze when you do a 3-finger tap?
If yes, try doing the 3-f tap few more times whether it unfreezes itself. If not, run that .bat.
If you have a touchpad:
In Windows 10, if you have a touchpad, you will probably have one of the options mentioned in the other answers:
Start Menu -> Settings -> Mouse & touchpad -> Reverse scrolling direction
Something manufacturer- or device-specific, probably accessible through Control Panel -> Mouse or something similar, as noted in ...
Here are a couple of settings I found, which you can tweak in Windows 10 to create smoother scrolling throughout the entire OS:
Method 1: Right-click on the Windows start button to start in the context menu and follow these steps: System > Advanced System Settings > Advanced > Performance > Settings > Uncheck smooth-scroll list boxes > ...
Try pushing down on the scroll wheel, it should click. I just discovered that the wheel toggles between a very smooth scroll and a more precise scroll. In my case, changing to the more precise scroll fixed the problem. It makes the scroll feel more like a gear than a roller ball. I think with the very smooth scroll, it tends to keep rolling and "bounce" ...
I see you've gotten a lot of unhelpful answers, and this one probably adds to that list. It is not possible to do this in Excel. There was a conversation with an Excel MVP in 2013 on this topic that confirms it.
You might be able to mitigate the problem by using the zoom feature. Or (if you are feeling more adventurous) use Excel's macro function to ...
Update 27 Jul 2020: It appears that the following extension is no longer in the Chrome Store. I still have it installed and it was not
removed. I'm looking into whether I can find out more info...
For those interested, the entirety of the source for the extension is as follows. This may also work as a Tampermonkey user script.
You can use the screenshot command from the Developer Toolbar:
Press Shift + F2 to open the toolbar or select it from the Web Developer Tools menu.
In the toolbar, type the command screenshot --fullpage fullpage.png.
To capture a single element you can use its css selector with the --selector flag e.g.
screenshot --selector #hot-network-questions
After almost two years, I FINALLY found the solution!!
As explained in this article, it's as simple as editing the registry and adding a DWORD at HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Synaptics\SynTPEnh with name UseScrollCursor and value 0 and restarting SynTPEnh.exe.
This fixed the problem in Steam and Zune flawlessly, with both edge scrolling and two-finger ...
If using iTerm2, you can see all shortcuts in Preferences Panel.
⌘ ↑ Move one line up in scrollback buffer
⌘ ↓ Move one line down in scrollback buffer
You can also add your own shortcuts. I regularly use these 2 for example:
⇪ ⌘ ↑ Move one page up in scrollback buffer
⇪ ⌘ ↓ Move one page down in scrollback buffer
And that's how it looks like:
Short and readable:
perl -pe "system 'sleep .003'" log.txt
I post this solutions because they are small and readable, as comments of DMas's answer seem promote this kind of solution!
But I hate this because: For this run, perl will fork to /bin/sleep 300x / seconds!
This is a big ressource consumer! Also a wrong good solutions!!
Using builtin ...
Not without hacking less's source code. A bit of background story:
Less cannot handle mouse (including scroll events) at all.
Terminal emulators support a so-called alternate screen. This is which most fullscreen apps switch to for their duration (and switch back to the normal screen when they quit, causing the previous contents to "restore"), and it doesn'...
I finally found a solution: start firefox with:
env MOZ_USE_XINPUT2=1 firefox
This enables touch-scrolling for me. Pinch-to-zoom does not work for regular web pages, but it does work on some selected web pages such as Google Maps or OpenStreetMap.
If you update Notepad++ to version 7.0 or above, you'll now also have the option to enable this natively without plugins:
Go to Settings > Preferences > Editing, and check Enable scrolling beyond last line.
Therefore if you see this behaviour on a newer version of Notepad++ and don't want it, you might want to check if that setting is enabled.
Try entering chrome://flags in your adress bar, searching for Enable touch events and setting that dropdown to Disabled. Recent versions of chrome do strange things on some pages that rely on detecting touch capabilities. Honestly I don't know why, but disabling touch events usually fixes the issue. You'll be left without touch support though, which may or ...
As of today this is built-in functionality within Chrome GTK/Linux only. Here is the key thread discussing the change: https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=1316
Windows users must use Chrome Toolbox (by Google) or an alternate solution. Unfortunately this extension and its control options aren't available on Chrome Linux's latest versions ...
I think you want the behavior of cursor(point) and visible area should be like in notepad, gedit, others modern editors: ability to change visible area independently of point position and to immediately return visible area to point position after moving point. But emacs has another conception: the visible area always follows the point position and vise versa....
This should work without any extensions.
First, you'll want to adjust the toolkit.scrollbox.verticalScrollDistance flag in about:config. This should be the scrolled distance. My current default value seems to be 3 (which would match your suspicion).
If you want to disable the smooth scrolling effect, you can adjust general.smoothScroll.lines.durationMaxMS ...
According to this forum topic there should be a registry key you can change:
Just add this to registry. Either copy-paste the above text into
Notepad, save it as a .reg file and run it, or manually add it using
RegEdit (on my system, this value didn't exist, so I had to ...