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Grabanddrag – A handy Firefox add-on for Touchscreens and Tablet PCs

The Grabanddrag is an add-on to Firefox browser that gives different ways to scroll a web page, like the one in popular PDF readers.

This is especially useful for Tablet PCs, UMPCs and Touchscreens, where you do not use your mouse (normal computer, with mouse can also use).

It provides PDF readers style grab and drag page scrolling and scrollbar-style scrolling initiated by dragging anywhere on the screen.

Grabanddrag can recognizes mouse Flick gestures for scrolling up, down, left, or right a screen at a time, handy for pen based computers.

It also supports page Momentum. If you enabled, when you releasing a page you have been dragging at a constant velocity will cause the page to continue moving at its current speed until clicked to stop.

The extension is easily toggled on and off for text selection and has a variety of customization options and is suitable for both mouse- and pen-based navigation. Download DragandDrag [via]


  1. A handy tool, really useful for Tablet. Thanks for sharing.


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