Inertial Scroll

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Advanced setting Inertial Scroll controls the deceleration rate of inertial scrolling. Inertial scrolling occurs when a finger swipe is used to scroll a document on a tablet or other touch display device. When the finger is lifted after the swipe the document continues scrolling and slows to a stop. A higher value of for Inertial Scroll causes scrolling to decelerate more slowly. A value of 1000 (the maximum allowed value) causes inertial scrolling to continue without slowing at all (i.e., inertial scrolling stops when the end of the document is reached, or when the user taps the screen). A lower value for Inertial Scroll causes scrolling to decelerate more quickly. A value of zero prevents inertial scrolling entirely. Example:

Inertial Scroll=900

The default value is "935":

Inertial Scroll=935

How to Change an Advanced Setting

See Advanced Settings for details on how to find and change the value of a Jarte advanced setting.

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Pinch Sensitivity

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