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I wonder if anyone can help!!
When browsing in Firefox I find myself somehow zooming in alot when using the touchpad and just doing “normal” surfing.
Is there a shortcut I may be hitting by accident.
I dont know how I’m doing it and it’s driving me mad!
The only one I am aware of is holding the CTRL key while either pressing the + or – keys, or moving the mouse scroll wheel.
I thought that too but I have disabled the scroll wheel and it still happens!
I am not too sure, it might have something to do with the pinch function which is under the touchpad settings. Try disabling that and see if there is any difference.
Yea its deffo the pinch setting, I had the exact same problem. Disable as lozza said.
I disable the pinch mostly because I hit it by mistake and it’s annoying 😉
Tip – if you accidently zoom in using the pinch function in Firefox you can quickly restore it to the default zoom by pressing Ctrl+0.
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