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# 214462 12-May-2017 21:22
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I use Chrome as my browser and just recently my mouse scroll wheel has stopped working on the NZ Herald website. It works OK on other sites I go to. 

 

It works on the Herald site using Opera or IE.

 

Has anyone else had this problem?

 

Is it a browser or website issue.

 

 

 

Thanks





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  # 1780413 12-May-2017 21:35
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What's really weird is I've just discovered it's working on some pages and not others on the Herald site.

 

It's not working on the home page but OK on some of the other pages. 





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  # 1780433 12-May-2017 23:53
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Are you on v57 or 58? Need example pages.



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  # 1780526 13-May-2017 10:22
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V58.

 

No problems this morning so unable to give examples at the moment.





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