I just wanted to share that I have had the " scroll to top" button for Chrome for some time now and I encourage everyone to have it. It saves a lot of time when viewing large files since one push and it takes you to the top of the page. It really helps simplify things.................
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/deta … gplp?hl=en
I love it - thank you so much for sharing that neat little application. My fingers had grown weary from scrollling up and down the pages.
Just checked your link and my device is not supported
I use an ipad and they don't seem to even have a scroll button, or do they? Anyone know?
I don't know if I'm misunderstanding you Luis, but every PC and laptop I've had has a button on the top line above the numbers that says "Pos1" This does that same thing as what you suggest without having to download extra files onto your computer.
I have not noticed that Pos1 feature you are referring to. Unless you mean the Page Up one but I don't think it does the same thing.
Luis I've just gone to the bottom of this page with the four comments and hit " Pos 1" and it shot back up to the top of the page.
Just taken this shot and as you can see Pos 1 at the tip of my pensil.
Hope this helps.
My computer with Windows 7, Firefox, and Internet Explorer do not have that function. I do have an old keyboard which could be the issue. It just pages up a little at a time.
by Phyllis Doyle Burns 3 years ago
We could really use a "Back to top" button. On some hubs it takes forever to scroll back up to the top to get to the black bar where we can change screens. Having a "Back to top" button, or keeping the black bar visible at all times, would be great for saving time.
by Liz Elias 4 years ago
Hi- I wonder if anyone else is having trouble with the "back" arrow button not working, or only working intermittently when using Chrome?It is fine on other sites.
by ptosis 5 years ago
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by JS Matthew 7 years ago
I am surprised that it is so difficult to navigate on the site to ask a question. Why is there no "Ask A Question" button right on top next to "Topics", "Hubs", "Answers"...etc?
by Kathy McGraw 3 years ago
Was looking over someone's hub and saw one of my images on there with no attribution, so tried to report it. The report button choices didn't have what I wanted, so I chose other and when I would go to the box that opened up to write in the whole thing would disappear. This happened...
by Kim Kennedy 5 years ago
Don't know if this is the correct term, but my back button, arrow thingy, doesn't seem to be working for question/answer. It's also refused to work on a hub just now. It seems to work fine everywhere else. Have tried refreshing the browser. Any comments?
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