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mouse not scrolling on a webpage

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hector9310

#1
I have not been able to get my mouse to work correctly on windows Vista. I
am abble to scroll on word excell and other programs of that sort but i am
not able to scroll on a enternet webpage that i open. I am not sure if there
is setting that i have not activated but this is reall pain. Does any one
have any fixes to this problem?
 

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Richard Urban

#2
I have found this with some web pages also. On the pages I have trouble with
I first click on a text area. Then the scroll wheel works. If I click in a
blank area of the web page scroll does not work.

Some web pages work just fine without having to click on text at all. It
must be the way the web pages are designed. Some may not be compatible with
IE7.

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Regards,

Richard Urban MVP
Microsoft Windows Shell/User


"hector9310" <hector9310@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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>I have not been able to get my mouse to work correctly on windows Vista. I
> am abble to scroll on word excell and other programs of that sort but i
> am
> not able to scroll on a enternet webpage that i open. I am not sure if
> there
> is setting that i have not activated but this is reall pain. Does any one
> have any fixes to this problem?
 

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hector9310

#3
Thank you richard for your quick response. Question, is this cause of windows
vista being new and web pages are not fully intergrated to have this fuction
work properly?

"Richard Urban" wrote:

> I have found this with some web pages also. On the pages I have trouble with
> I first click on a text area. Then the scroll wheel works. If I click in a
> blank area of the web page scroll does not work.
>
> Some web pages work just fine without having to click on text at all. It
> must be the way the web pages are designed. Some may not be compatible with
> IE7.
>
> --
>
>
> Regards,
>
> Richard Urban MVP
> Microsoft Windows Shell/User
>
>
> "hector9310" <hector9310@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:625B5662-4F7D-4289-9D23-86096F12AAEC@microsoft.com...
> >I have not been able to get my mouse to work correctly on windows Vista. I
> > am abble to scroll on word excell and other programs of that sort but i
> > am
> > not able to scroll on a enternet webpage that i open. I am not sure if
> > there
> > is setting that i have not activated but this is reall pain. Does any one
> > have any fixes to this problem?

>
>
 

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dingo

#4
ive had the same problem.but when i get off the net it still dose it,then
after a while it will work again.
"hector9310" <hector9310@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:3E80CB06-9056-4DCA-8C22-DC178B951ED7@microsoft.com...
> Thank you richard for your quick response. Question, is this cause of
> windows
> vista being new and web pages are not fully intergrated to have this
> fuction
> work properly?
>
> "Richard Urban" wrote:
>
>> I have found this with some web pages also. On the pages I have trouble
>> with
>> I first click on a text area. Then the scroll wheel works. If I click in
>> a
>> blank area of the web page scroll does not work.
>>
>> Some web pages work just fine without having to click on text at all. It
>> must be the way the web pages are designed. Some may not be compatible
>> with
>> IE7.
>>
>> --
>>
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>> Richard Urban MVP
>> Microsoft Windows Shell/User
>>
>>
>> "hector9310" <hector9310@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:625B5662-4F7D-4289-9D23-86096F12AAEC@microsoft.com...
>> >I have not been able to get my mouse to work correctly on windows
>> >Vista. I
>> > am abble to scroll on word excell and other programs of that sort but
>> > i
>> > am
>> > not able to scroll on a enternet webpage that i open. I am not sure if
>> > there
>> > is setting that i have not activated but this is reall pain. Does any
>> > one
>> > have any fixes to this problem?

>>
>>
 

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