A new glitch apparently due to AU 1607?


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    A new glitch apparently due to AU 1607?


    After installing AU 1607 and having a heck of a time trying to get Logitech's Setpoint 6.67.83 to install and get my TRB-22 to work - never did (see posts on Drivers and Hardware), I now had an interesting incident which may be or not be related to the AU install. Woke computer up from sleep and when I tried to scroll down using the scroll bar, the page would scroll but as soon as I stopped the command, the page would scroll up to its original position. This happened with Foxfire and with File Explorer. I rebooted, and this aberration was gone and hasn't returned today??? Just saying...
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    flycaster said:
    After installing AU 1607 and having a heck of a time trying to get Logitech's Setpoint 6.67.83 to install and get my TRB-22 to work - never did (see posts on Drivers and Hardware), I now had an interesting incident which may be or not be related to the AU install. Woke computer up from sleep and when I tried to scroll down using the scroll bar, the page would scroll but as soon as I stopped the command, the page would scroll up to its original position. This happened with Foxfire and with File Explorer. I rebooted, and this aberration was gone and hasn't returned today??? Just saying...
    I have experienced similar on other versions of Windows in the past. Just a random gremlin probably.
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    cereberus said:
    ... Just a random gremlin probably.
    Oh, you have them, too? (LOL)
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