Re: Increase the speed of scrollbar stepper scrolling?

In whatever is default in fedora 22, it looks like scrolling can be
slowed if I click and hold the mouse button over the scrollbar thumb.
The icon changes to indicate a change in mode. So, with very careful
movements to make sure my hand moves just exactly right, I can scroll
forward and back in evolution. It would really be great if there was a
way to fix this.


On Mon, 2015-10-19 at 20:10 -0700, Kendall Shaw wrote:
I use a laptop. I have this:

 -GtkScrollbar-has-backward-stepper: 1;
 -GtkScrollbar-has-forward-stepper: 1;
set in gtk-3.0/gtk.css, without which scrollbars are unusable.

But, at least in whatever configuration is unchanged by me in fedora
22, the stepper button scrolls text at a rate of one line of text per
seconds, which is also unusable.

Is there a way to have usable scrollbars that would generally work
existing gtk-3 applications, i.e. configure steppers to scroll text
a speed that would be typical of gui applications in windowing
environments? I notice that scrollbars in firefox scroll at what I
would consider a normal speed when using the stepper buttons.

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