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10.6: Auto-scroll large Stacks System 10.6
When you open a large Stack in which you can scroll, it is possible to let it auto-slide to the bottom or the top.

Open the stack and use the mouse to 'drag' on the very bottom or very top of the Stack window. (Make sure you don't select an icon; it's the area below or above the icons that you want to use.) You won't move anything, but the stack should start to auto-scroll.

Personally I don't see the use in this, but it's nice to know.

[robg adds: It took a bit of experimentation to figure out exactly where to click/drag, and it seems like more work than just using the keyboard or the scroll bars, but it does work as described.]
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10.6: Auto-scroll large Stacks
Authored by: asmeurer on Sep 25, '09 09:24:39AM

I don't know if this is related or even if it is a bug or not, but when I try scrolling my Downloads stack with two-finger scrolling with my trackpad, it "auto-scrolls" back to the top. It only seems to do it sometimes, but it is quite annoying. I have to manually grab the scroll bar to make it stop.



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