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Using the Tor Browser Bundle via PPA, the simplest way. Tor Browser Bundle is a web browser based on Firefox ESR (Firefox with extended support), configured to protect users' privacy and anonymity by using Tor and Vidalia, tools that come bundled with it. The bundle also includes 4 Firefox extensions: TorButton, TorLauncher, NoScript and ...


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The easiest solution is probably to use SmoothWheel Add-ons for Firefox. This Add-ons gives extended options to customize your scrolling experience, by controlling the step size and speed of scrolling. Have a look at screenshot below. The default setting is somewhat smoother than before installing the Add-ons, but likely too fast for what you want. Try ...


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You can use Yet Another Smooth Scrolling extension for Firefox: https://addons.mozilla.org/ru/firefox/addon/yet-another-smooth-scrolling/?src=api Then it is pretty easy to customize scroll options for both keyboard and mousewheel. Go to the extensions' preferences and choose a stepsize of keyboard or mouse depending on the font of your browser. (For me 22 ...


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You need to download the tor browser bundle. You can get it from here. We will cd into that folder to which you downloaded the file. Assuming it is your Downloads directory, open a new terminal and type: cd ~/Downloads Now we extract the contents of the file: tar -xvf tor-browser-linux64-*.tar.xz It creates a new folder called tor-browser_en-US. We cd ...


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As mentioned in this Mozilla support page, You could try changing one (or both) of these hidden settings: (1) In a new tab, type or paste about:config in the address bar and press Enter. Click the button promising to be careful. (2) In the search box above the list, type or paste wheel and pause while the list is filtered (3A) Double-click the ...



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