Steps to reproduce
- Go to http://www.buzzedgames.com/play-4707-Mousewheel_Speedtest_2008.html
- Click the Start button within the Adobe Flash content
- Move the mouse scroll wheel up. Nothing will happen.
- Hold down the right mouse button and scroll the wheel up. The counter will increment and upon releasing the button, the Adobe Flash context menu will appear.
The scroll wheel should function without the need to hold down a button when interacting with Adobe Flash content.
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Comments and activity
- Microsoft Edge Team
Changed Assigned To to “Kamen M.”
Changed Assigned To to “Sermet I.”
Changed Assigned To from “Sermet I.” to “IE S.”
There appears to be a problem with the bug tracker migration, as the original report has a comment referencing an issue that returns a “page not found” error: https://connect.microsoft.com/IE/feedback/details/2396221/the-scroll-wheel-does-not-work-with-adobe-flash-content
I see that this particular issue is marked as a duplicate. Is it a duplicate of the issue that doesn’t exist? Also, the report at connect.microsoft.com was closed with a Status of External at the same time that I had received the move notification. Is it because of the move, or is that the actual resolution?
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