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Posted on 02-15-18 01:45:35 PM Link | Quote






but i haven't actually looked at a marquee in like years and i've been using firefox lately so i hadn't noticed






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Posted on 02-15-18 01:47:21 PM Link | Quote
also, my post layouts look a lot better when there's a lot of blank space in them, for some reason












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Posted on 02-15-18 03:29:02 PM (last edited by Xkeeper at 02-15-18 03:29:13 PM) Link | Quote
I guess they updated the default options for them; you could achieve relative smoothness before by using the scrolldelay and scrollamount values.

Here's what the old defaults used to be for non-Chrome, I assume:

amount 6, delay 85
amount 1, delay 1

amount 10, delay 500
amount 10, delay 1

I guess Chrome smoothed out entirely ... The delays aren't being respected at all any more, but still factor into the actual scrolling speed.

Well, whatever.
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