the act of moving through the content that is available for viewing but not currently visible because the screen size of a device is smaller then the entire length the page, or program output.

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Any fixes for Dock not following the mouse to move to different monitors in Mavericks?

Just installed 10.9.2 and none of the bugs listed here are fixed for me. Especially the responsive scrolling bug (that for me occurs in the Mac App Store app) and the Dock not following the mouse to ...
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Is there a hand tool for xcode's storyboard (scrolling without scrollbars, PDF style)?

I guess the title says it all. I was looking for a way to e.g. hold down a modifier key and "grab" the storyboard so that I can stop trying to aim for the scrollbars every time I want to scroll freely ...
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Disable scroll-induced antialiasing in Preview and other PDF applications

Scrolling (with two fingers on the trackpad) in Preview.app (and TeXShop.app) annoyingly blurs PDF text and I would like to disable the over-compensating anti-aliasing. I like the anti-aliasing while ...
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Mountain Lion, Tap to Click and Two Finger Scroll Problems

I'm using a macbook air with mountain lion 10.8.2. An interesting problem has recently started occurring with using the built in trackpad. If I use two finger scrolls 9/10 times it sees this as a ...
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OS X 10.9 Mavericks subtle two-finger scrolling changes (on touchpad)

I am still unsure whether this is dependent on, or even related to, the "Responsive Scrolling" feature rolled out in Mavericks. Responsive Scrolling is intended to provide smoothness of scroll by ...
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How to enable Normal Scrolling on MacBookPro 10.8.3?

Small or incremental scrolling on my MBP OSX 10.8.3 using an external mouse is extremely slow to a crawl. How do I configure my mouse to a Normal Scroll mode where every scroll is the same and creates ...
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Non-smooth scrolling pdf with trackpad in Preview with 10.8

Finally upgraded to Mountain Lion and I am noticing an annoying behavior in Preview. When I two-finger scroll too quickly with my 2009 MBP trackpad, the scrolling is jerky and can skip many pages in a ...
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How do I find hidden UIScrollView settings in Safari and Lion?

The question (and answer) Can you disable rubber-band scrolling in OS X Lion? is very useful, so I would like to learn how to find these settings. How can I find out what these variables are so I can ...
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Why don't I see scroll bars when using a mouse?

I have a Late 2008 MacBook Pro running Mavericks. In System Preferences > General, I have "Show scroll bars: Automatically based on mouse or trackpad". It used to work as expected: with a mouse ...
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Cannot scroll up on Chrome in Outlook Web Access

I am, as of fairly recently, unable to scroll up in my company's Outlook Web Access. This only affects the list of emails. I can scroll up in other 'panes', and scroll down everywhere. For example, I ...
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Excessive horizontal mouse scrolling

On a MacBook Pro with OS X 10.9.1 (13B42) with both the trackpad and a Bluetooth "magic mouse" I observe an excessive amount of (especially) horizontal scrolling. A trivial touch to the mouse (or ...
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How do I disable native OS X scrollbar in Sublime Text?

The native OS X scrollbar obviously completely defeats the purpose of Sublime Text 3's Minimap (which is a scrollbar by itself). So I want to disable OS X scrollbars …!! "overlay_scroll_bars": ...
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scroll inertia with non Apple devices

So I use Logitech and Wacom mouses and tablets. Is there a way to enable scroll momentum / inertia with non Apple devices across all Mac OS? Or at least Chrome...
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macbook air i5 4gb ram when scrolling in FireFox or Chrome or Safari I see vertical tearing

I see screen tearing pretty often while scrolling webpages up and down, and it has been like this from day 1. But now I purchased an external monitor which is huge 23 inches compared to MAC 11, and ...
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Safari pages refuse to scroll on MacBook Pro

I'm repeatedly finding Safari pages cannot scroll up or down in Safari 5.1 on my MacBook Pro. On affected pages, the two finger trackpad gesture has no effect, nor does pressing the up/down keyboard ...
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Scrolling with a Monoprice tablet

Just received my new Monoprice tablet (this one) and it's working great. But there is one feature I'm missing: is there any way to scroll using only the pen and a button click (either on the keyboard, ...
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How can I re-enable two-finger vertical scrolling for Chrome?

I have Chrome on Mavericks and noticed that Chrome appears to have disabled two-finger swipe vertical scrolling. I can scroll with other applications I've tried, including Firefox, but nothing I've ...
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OS X Mavericks Scrolling Sideways

I have recently downloaded OS X Mavericks on my iMac, and I'm very satisfied. However, when I try to scroll sideways, it goes to the Dashboard. Is there some way to change the setting to scroll to ...
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osx 10.8 horizontal scrolling in application using trackpad

In some OSX applications I can only vertical scroll, how can I horizontal scroll? is there an app? Hot Key? I can manually scroll left and right using the scroll bar but I want to do this with the ...
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File open dialog scroll behaviour

When I open a file the dialog that pops up remembers the scroll position of the folders that I have previously accessed. I find that annoying, and I'd like to remove that behaviour. I haven't find ...
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Dynamic like scrolling speed

I've noticed on my mac, in a few programs (Safari/Preview) when I'm looking through a PDF that the scrolling speed sometimes changes. I'm not sure what it is exactly. At first I thought It was how ...