This extension adds customizable autoscroll support to edge.
What is AutoScroll?
AutoScroll is an innovative add-on specifically designed for Edge browser. It delivers a solution for Linux and Mac users who often experience inconvenience due to the absence of autoscroll. AutoScroll offers both sticky and non-sticky scrolling features, excluding textareas and links from scrolling. Users can personalize settings including scroll speed. The extension is activated by pressing or holding the middle mouse button, then moving the mouse scrolls the page. The add-on may not be functional on some pages, but it is effective on most. Note that it does not operate on Edge:// URLs or the Edge Web Store due to restrictions established by Edge for security reasons.
For users on Linux or Mac, the lack of autoscroll can be a big pain. This extension can help!
It supports both sticky and non-sticky scrolling, doesn't scroll on textareas or links, and even has settings to customize various aspects such as scroll speed.
To use it, press (or hold) the middle mouse button, then move the mouse to scroll the page. Alternatively, hold Ctrl/? and press the left mouse button.
It won't work on every page, but it should work on most.
? You need to refresh the site or restart Edge before it'll work. You only need to do this once.
? Doesn't work on Edge:// URLs or the Edge Web Store. It's restricted by Edge for security reasons.
AutoScroll is risky to use as it requires a number of sensitive permissions that can potentially harm your browser and steal your data. Exercise caution when installing this add-on. Review carefully before installing. We recommend that you only install AutoScroll if you trust the publisher.
AutoScroll has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.