Smoother Scrolling



  • I am asking a question. Is there going to be any uptades for smoother scrolling on webpages. Or is alraedy a way for smoother scrolling on webpages for Vivaldi. Thank you for answers.



  • Vivaldi already implemented Smooth Scrolling but of course it cant match MS EDGE which is implement better GPU acceleration.



  • @Janemba:

    Vivaldi already implemented Smooth Scrolling but of course it cant match MS EDGE which is implement better GPU acceleration.

    or FIrefox



  • This is perhaps not what you want, but I throw it out there. More native configurations on the part would be nice.

    I use the Chromium Wheel Smooth Scroller extension to get a more sane scrolling experience.

    For example with Options set to:

    [ul]

    • Mouse Wheel; Step size = 164
    • Keyboard; Step size = 94
      [/ul]

    The options page gives a on-edit-responsive and easy to tune way of configuring.



  • @Runium:

    This is perhaps not what you want, but I throw it out there. More native configurations on the part would be nice.

    I use the Chromium Wheel Smooth Scroller extension to get a more sane scrolling experience.

    For example with Options set to:

    [ul]

    • Mouse Wheel; Step size = 164
    • Keyboard; Step size = 94
      [/ul]

    The options page gives a on-edit-responsive and easy to tune way of configuring.

    Try these settings for the mouse:

    Step size = 139
    Smoothness(forepart) = 11.72
    Smoothness = 87.16
    Acceleration Sensitivity = 305

    Do you think that'll make it feel more like Edge and Safari on Mac?

    And thanks for recommending this extension. I just found it now, and started playing with it. Though I find it makes the scroll stutter sometimes. Is that normal?



  • Yes it is getting there :cheer:

    I have not noticed any stuttering – I'm mainly on Linux. Do not know if that could have something to do with it.

    The only thing I do not seem to agree with myself on, and for the most part keep tuning, is the Bouncy Edge configuration …

    That said it would be nice if a native line of configurable options was present. Not sure if there are any. In Fire Fox one have, for example things like:

    [ul]

    • mousewheel.default.delta_multiplier_y
    • general.smoothScroll.mouseWheel.durationMaxMS
    • mousewheel.enable_pixel_scrolling
    • mousewheel.min_line_scroll_amount
    • mousewheel.acceleration.start
      [/ul]


  • That would be nice. I didn't continue using the extension because of the stuttering. It was pretty distracting. But I did like the configuration I got, it's kind of like Apple Safari, which is the feel I was going for. But I hope Vivaldi can natively have that kind of smooth scrolling eventually. That, and the font rendering, would help in making browsing a really nice experience.


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