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if someone still looking for the solution so: open "System Settings" then click on "Mouse and Touchpad", then select the "Touchpad" tab and there deselect "Two Finger scrolling" and if you want normal scrolling so deselect either the "natrual scrolling" (enable it just if you want a scroll like apple).
The AutoScroll extension for Chrome (Chromium) achieves this. After a single click of the middle mouse button the cursor changes, and moving the mouse in a direction will cause the window to scroll in that direction even without continuing to press the middle button. Scrolling stops when a mouse button is pressed (left, centre, or right).
You are not alone, you can check this link and sign up to say that you are also affected by this bug. https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xserver-xorg-input-evdev/+bug/1246683?comments=all
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