Anonymous564381

Hi,

Please can anyone give me advice on this problem.

Whenever I try to scroll through a window in IE7 or in word the screen seems to ripple and is very annoying. Occasionally the page continues to scroll long after I stopped scrolling. I've searched these forums and many people seem to have the same problem using their mouse wheel. I however get this rippling effect using the finger pad on my laptop and using the mouse's normal buttons with the arrows and dragging the scrollbar. Interestingly this forum is one of the websites which mysteriously doesn't ripple when I scroll through it.

Please help, the ripples are driving me mad!

Thanks



Re: Internet Explorer Web Development Scroll Jumps in IE7 and other programs, too

BillLivinez

I have a similar problem and can not find any solution. My mouse continues to scroll long after I stop moving the wheel, only in IE 7. In off line applications the scroll funciton stops immediately when I stop moving the wheel.

HELP!






Re: Internet Explorer Web Development Scroll Jumps in IE7 and other programs, too

nonymous5

Have you downloaded or installed anything lately like itunes. These programmes alter your devices. Check your device manager and look at your graphics acelerator devices for yellow question marks. If you have a q mark then try to get back to how you were. Either by sys restore or by reinstalling your display card eg using your invidia disk or whatever your graphics card is. If you have downloaded or installed a program recently that caused it then remove the program or you will get the fault again. I had it with itunes and once itunes was taken off and I restored my SIS graphics port I was scrolling ok.



Re: Internet Explorer Web Development Scroll Jumps in IE7 and other programs, too

MeatWaggin

Over years, every time I install Microsoft's Virtual Earth 3D, this happens to me. I try uninstalling Virtual Earth, and then Internet Explorer, to no avail. FINALLY, I got it. I have a Logitech mouse. I go to Control Panel>Mouse>Buttons>Scroller and click ON Use MS Office Compatible Scroll Only, then also click ON Scroll in Active Window Only. Click Apply, swap over to IE7 and all is well again. :-) Best wishes, Frank