- Rated 2 out of 5by Tarantula, a month agodont see the point of this extension, I can already do this by clicking scroll wheel and dragging mouse or scrollwheel. Seems that I am missing something everyone else is seeing, what is it?
Developer responseposted 25 days agoHello,
The browser scrolling feature uses "auto-scroll" to scroll the page.
This addon in the default settings emulates "scrollbar dragging" (it's same as clicking the scrollbar and dragging it up-down).
But what's more, there is a lot of settings in the Options page that can further improve or change scrolling (like the Momentum).
I should probably make a new video that demonstrates these features :).
Have a nice week :)
- Rated 1 out of 5by Old Nit, 2 months agoSource is unreadable.
Developer responseposted 2 months agoHello,
It depends on the point of view :), I can see the source code just fine.
Seriously now, I've spend countless hours implementing this addon (and many other addons) and it's completely free.
Is that not enough?
Imagine if you did something free for others and people would still complain. It's discouraging.
Note that Mozilla reviewers can also see the original source code (for all of my addons) so they are safe to use.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Patricek0056, 3 months agoI will give five stars if you open the source code.
Edit: I already viewed the code with Extension source viewer.
Dám pět hvězdiček když otevřete zdrojový kód.
Aktualizace: Už jsem si zobrazila zdrojový kód pomocí Extension source viewer.
Developer responseposted 3 months agoHello,
Extensions marked by "Recommended" badge are manually reviewed by Firefox team - they have also access to original source code.
So using it is 100% safe.
But yeah, my addons are not open source (yet). More info why is here:
- Rated 5 out of 5by k0, 4 months agoFantastic add-on, great options; I would like to suggest adding the ability to auto continue scrolling once the mouse hits the edge of the screen or default middle mouse click scroll
- Rated 5 out of 5by Stehlampe2020, 6 months agoVery useful as it's very customizable and native touch support is hard to discover in Firefox on Linux...
When setting the envvar MOZ_USE_XINPUT2=1 and the about:config setting dom.w3c.touch_events.enabled to 1, Firefox's built-in touch support is enabled and allows websites to distinguish between your finger and mouse pointer.