Three finger swipe up/down to scroll to top or bottom not working in Chrome

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by Helljumper, Mar 19, 2011.

  1. Helljumper macrumors member

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    So I noticed my MBP13 had slowed down significantly since I first got it so I read some stuff online and did some of the typical things to speed it back up (Disk Repair, cleared caches, ran some antivirus, changed some start up programs, a bunch of other maintenance using Onyx). In addition to this, I switched from Firefox to Chrome since Activity Monitor showed Firefox was using more CPU than it probably should be. All of these things helped out and my MB is now running MUCH faster than it had been.

    The problem is that now I've noticed the three finger swipe up or down that moves automatically to the top or bottom of the page doesn't work on Chrome. This gesture still works on other programs, just not in Chrome. Every other gesture still works in Chrome, including the custom three finger tap to open a link in a new tab (that I added in by myself using BetterTouchTool).

    What could the problem be?
     
  2. fineaddme macrumors regular

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    3 finger swipe up/down doesnt work on safari either
     
  3. iLog.Genius macrumors 601

    iLog.Genius

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    If you're using BetterTouchTool, you're better off contacting the developer for help with the integration with OS X since three finger gestures in OS X is only for navigation.
     
  4. Helljumper thread starter macrumors member

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    Wait, so was this a Firefox exclusive thing?

    I use Better Touch Tools for pretty much only like 1 or 2 commands. Everything else is default. WITHOUT, using BetterTouchTool, I was able to swipe down with 3 fingers to go to the bottom of a page using Firefox.
     
  5. wordoflife macrumors 604

    wordoflife

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    Yep
     

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