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Hey guys i have a strange problem, my Fire FoxWeb page is bouncing around like crazy in a up and down motion only cretin web pages do it like googel.com download.com i guess webpages were it requires some tip of graphics acceleration or sum time of a plug in im messing, but ya anyone know why its doing this.
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please provide a web site that is doing this so we can see it.

also firefox just release an update. please make sure you have it installed (latest version is 1.5.0.3)
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Hello,

Are you using a mouse with a central scroll wheel? If so, when the scroll wheel begins to act up, it can cause the website to scroll up/down very quickly, especially if the wheel "catches" inbetween the tactile "clicks" on the wheel.

Does it happen randomly, or always with certain sites and not others?

Cheers,
Tom

Hey guys i have a strange problem, my Fire FoxWeb page is bouncing around like crazy in a up and down motion only cretin web pages do it like googel.com download.com i guess webpages were it requires some tip of graphics acceleration or sum time of a plug in im messing, but ya anyone know why its doing this.


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