Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #27546, comment 3


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Sep 16, 2018, 5:22:30 AM (11 months ago)
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  • Ticket #27546, comment 3

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    77> Could you make this be the default for tor browser 8, so it is like tor browser 7? (no regress)
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    9 This is not my experience. For me tor browser 7 warped with a single left click and scrolled 1 page up/down with a single right click (and also with shift + single left click). So for me your proposal would a change.
     9This is not my experience. For me tor browser 7 warped with a left click and scrolled 1 page up/down with a right click (and also with shift + left click). So for me your proposal would a change.
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    1111> I am using KDE on ubuntu.
    1212I am not. This is on Debian sid.
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     14For reference, I looked at the behaviour of some native GTK+ 3 applications on my system (mate-terminal, pluma, mate-system-monitor, gnome-terminal, evince, vim-gtk3):
     15  * left click: warp
     16  * right click and hold: constant scrolling, control speed with horizontal movement, release to stop
     17  * middle click: scroll 1 page
     18  * shift + left click: scroll 1 page
     19  * the button can be dragged with either left or middle click, but not right click
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     21Then some native GTK+ 2 applications (gimp, audacity):
     22  * left click: warp
     23  * right click: scroll 1 page
     24  * middle click does nothing
     25  * shift doesn't affect behaviour
     26  * the button can be dragged with either left, right, or middle click
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     28Then some XUL applications (firefox 62, thunderbird 60, tor browser 7.5.6):
     29  * left click: warp
     30  * right click: scroll 1 page
     31  * middle click does nothing
     32  * shift + left click: scroll 1 page
     33  * the button can be dragged with either left or right click, but not middle click
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     35I don't dislike and am used to the above described behaviour of GTK+ 3 applications.