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Windows 7: scrolling to next page without clicking next

02 Feb 2010   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate
scrolling to next page without clicking next

Hello, I'm new here and i tried searching for this but i could not find what you would call it and i don't know if i can explain what I'm trying to look for but I'll do my best, well anyways when i first installed 7 ultimate i loved how when i browsed with firefox and when i browsed say like a forum like this with multiple pages, instead of clicking next to go to the next page i can just scroll down and it will load the next page without me having to click "next page".

Now, it stopped doing it and i cannot find where to enable it again or what or how i disabled it. hopefully i made sense i wouldn't know what to call it. any help would be appreciated and if this is in the wrong spot I'm terribly sorry. thank you

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02 Feb 2010   #2

Operating System Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate Build 7600

Hi echo7169, welcome to SevenForum.

The addon for Firefox that you are looking for is called FastestFox and is available here:

Hope this helps.
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02 Feb 2010   #3


^^ +1
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