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modern scroll 2.4.1

As promised, here's the little polishing update :up: …

I have two pieces of good news and one of bad news:

good: I investigated the "bar jumps to top" issue and I know what's causing it now
bad: I had to blind fix again since I still don't have a trackpad
good: I'm going to buy a new ultrabook with touchpad and touchscreen in two weeks. As I'm going to be able to test these kind of issues by myself then, fixes will be faster and I might as well be able to improve and fine-tune those ways of scrolling :yes:

Get modern scroll 2.4.1

Changelog:

new: border settings affect scroll buttons, too (thx Dimitri for reporting)
fix: modern scroll doesn't work on some websites (thx André, jonastheroman & orhano for reporting)

  • the reason: page's dimensions are miscalculated – so small that no bars would be necessary
  • there are still some sites without interface – those are caused by ad-blockers!

fix: scroll bar momentarily jumps to top/bottom during scrolling (thx Cryio, André & orhano for reporting)

  • the bars are slightly blinking now; I'll take care of this in a follow-up release
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Comments on: "modern scroll 2.4.1" (17)

  1. Another request :)Add an option to change a language of this extension (from default to another one)

  2. thanks for the update 🙂 excited to see this on the new opera when it comes out ;)Originally posted by ahoj1234:

    Add an option to change a language of this extension (from default to another one)

    much needed indeed 💡

  3. Originally posted by Christoph142:

    I need you to tell me if this issue is gone.

    Sorry, no. At least not here.Bug: modern scroll do[es]n't start in http://www.cprogramming.com/Originally posted by netmain:

    Originally posted by ahoj1234:

    Add an option to change a language of this extension (from default to another one)

    much needed indeed 💡

    Why? It already uses the same language Opera itself is using.

  4. that's the problem… lot of users here use the " French or English " version of the browser !! but like to have Arabic version of the extensions. It's confusing to use Opera RTL.

  5. christoph142 said:

    But that's not modern-scroll-specific then. You should request Opera to implement a different language for all extensions then…Originally posted by An-dz:

    Sorry, no.

    Too bad :down:Originally posted by An-dz:

    modern scroll doesn't start in http://www.cprogramming.com/

    yes and no. Unfortunately it's not the only site. It's there (in the DOM), but invisible. The custom scrolling functions are working.I do not have the slightest idea what's causing that yet.According to its CSS properties it should be visible… :confused:

  6. Originally posted by André:

    Bug: modern scroll don't start in [..]

    It doesn't show, but it feels as it's working.

  7. About the jumpy scroll bar. I can't say yet if it happens less often, but it's still there.

  8. Originally posted by Acryion:

    Originally posted by André:

    Bug: modern scroll don't start in [..]

    It doesn't show, but it feels as it's working.

    I can't use PgUp/PgDw/Home/End.

  9. christoph142 said:

    Originally posted by André:

    modern scroll doesn't start in http://www.cprogramming.com/

    It's fixed just as all similar websites in RC2 :up:

  10. Christoph, the link you posted crashed Opera 11.64, 12.15 and Firefox 20. It is something wrong with the hyperlinked site?

  11. nurainindud said:

    :flirt:

  12. Originally posted by christoph142:

    Nothing crashing over here…?!

    Hmm. It isn't crashing anymore today. Weird.

  13. christoph142 said:

    Is it flickering instead?

  14. With the latest update the scroll bar doesn't seem to jump anymore with the mouse wheel.

  15. christoph142 said:

    Hmm I feared that.I don't know how to completely fix it yet.But I guess the flickering is better than the jumping bars, isn't it?

  16. Yes, a bit.

  17. As far as I'm concerned, they're both small issues, equally just slightly annoying. I guess it's better.

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