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Google To Use Microsoft Standard To Improve Chrome Scroll

  • The Verge, Thursday, March 26, 2015 11:50 AM

Google has adopted a Microsoft standard that supports mouse and touch navigation for its Chrome browser, reports The Verge. The standard, Pointer Events, was first introduced by Microsoft in Internet Explorer. The article quotes Google’s Rick Byers saying "replacing all touch event handlers with pointer event handlers will address the main longstanding source of scroll-start jank we see on Android."

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