Universal Scrolling

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Universal Scrolling refers to a software function within a mouse driver that allows a scroll wheel to work with programs that do not natively support that method of input. Usage of the term is not standardized; specific behaviors, programming methodologies, and compatibility with applications may vary between drivers from different vendors.

If a program supports scroll wheels natively, the Universal Scrolling feature will generally not interfere with the native implementation.

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