Currently, Chromium on Linux has no way to disable the dreaded “Scroll Over Tabs” feature. As a result, multiple times per day (usually when very busy), I will inadvertently slightly touch my trackpad while the cursor is over the tab area and as a result Brave will scroll through all my open tabs landing me on one which I did not intend.
This is a serious workflow impediment (its really a poorly thought out “feature” – especially in the days of touchpads).
If you read any of the chromium discussion sites you will find long threads on users asking for how to remove this). For Windows users, Chromium has offered a way out: https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=1316
However, sadly for Linux users the only way out is recompile commenting out this line: “g_signal_connect(G_OBJECT(container_), “scroll-event”, G_CALLBACK(OnScroll), this);”
See discussion here on this topic:
Please consider doing this. Brave is my daily driver and it is very frustrating to constantly have tabs jump around randomly because of the slightest two-finger brush when hovering near tab area.
Its a simple request to comment-out the offending line. Shouldn’t take more than 10 mins max
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