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Has anyone else noticed their 1 finger back/forward gestures no longer working in Chrome? I have tried the gestures on other applications such as Safari and Mission Control, they are all still intact.

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Make sure you enable: System preferences > Mouse > Swipe between pages

AND OPEN A NEW TAB in Chrome

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I didn't even need to open a new tab. –  Tyler Collier Nov 3 '13 at 3:43
    
works for me too! –  Kreker Dec 21 '13 at 16:03

Make sure you enable: System preferences > Mouse > Swipe between pages

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It worked for me by doing: System preferences > Mouse > Swipe between pages Thanks, couldn't live without it! :) –  user60162 Oct 23 '13 at 12:05

In System preferences > Trackpad > Swipe between pages (under more gestures tab) Uncheck it and recheck it.

Should work in Chrome now. You may need to do it when first installing Chrome or updating Chrome.

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Yes, I've noticed that too. I already reported that error to Google via the Chrome's Options panel -> tools -> report errors.

Hopefully they'll fix it soon!

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Do you have Better Touch Tool installed? If so, uninstall it as it doesn't play nice with Mavericks atm. Also if you dont have it installed, I changed the tracking speed, as I had previously set it with Better Touch Tool.

I'm pretty sure it's not an issue with Chrome.

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There is a bug report already on the Chrome forums. Check it out here and add your info too.

It seems to be a sporadic problem; I have the issue every hour or so, but my colleague doesn't get it at all.

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Mine stopped working too, but realised I had installed a chrome plugin called 'SmoothScroll' (or something similar). Uninstalling this gave me my gestures back, Happy times!

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Thanks Jac, SmothScroll is the culprit!! I disabled it on mine and got my swipe between pages back! –  user70573 Feb 17 at 4:49

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