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Side scrolling in Firefox?

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In FF, I scroll the wheel, the page scrolls up & down. I click the wheel, it scrolls the same way, but slower. Click again & repeat.

If I'm using IE, it will scroll up & down, when I click the wheel in IE, it scrolls left - right.

I hope that was clearer.

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Ok, I think you have a different setup than me... when I click the mouse wheel, this cursor pops up and I can move the mouse to scroll in any direction continuously...

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Yea, me too. I think, though, that he means the newer mouses where the middle button can be tilted left or right to move from side to side. My Logitech MX1000 does that, and it works fine in any program that can scroll side to side. I'd just say either Customer Support or try fiddling with some settings.

When I first got my MX1000, the back/forward buttons would only work in IE and Explorer, but not Firefox. The FAQ on Logitech's site said to make the back button use the keystroke command Alt+Left and forward Alt+Right, so now it works (though I found a better solution later on, on my own).

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Yea, me too. I think, though, that he means the newer mouses where the middle button can be tilted left or right to move from side to side. My Logitech MX1000 does that, and it works fine in any program that can scroll side to side. I'd just say either Customer Support or try fiddling with some settings.

When I first got my MX1000, the back/forward buttons would only work in IE and Explorer, but not Firefox. The FAQ on Logitech's site said to make the back button use the keystroke command Alt+Left and forward Alt+Right, so now it works (though I found a better solution later on, on my own).

My back - foward (button 4 & 5) do work in FF. My mouse wheel doesn't move side to side.

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