Windows 10: Scrolling in Cascading Menus

  1.    22 May 2016 #1

    Scrolling in Cascading Menus

    Can't remember if I inquired about this before but, is there a way to be able to scroll (mouse wheel) in Quick Launch cascading menus, instead of having to 'pin point' the little arrow at the bottom and letting it self-scroll in the slow default manner?

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  2.    22 May 2016 #2

    Hi, I recall a post on a similar topic (context menus) a few weeks ago. It's one as you've probably found that has been asked over the years- and is a tad frustrating, almost inconsistent. Alas, no solution noted. would be nice..
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