Microsoft has released an update for chromium edge users of canary and dev channels. It brings some changes and improvements, as well as a new feature aimed at improving the browser's scrolling experience (especially in more extreme environments). To make it easier for you to experience the improvement of composite threaded scrollbar, the company even created a sample website.
If you want to taste it, please refer to the following steps:
(1) Enable edge Canary or dev, and then disable the composite threaded scrollbar scrolling flag;
(2) Reopen the browser and go to the Microsoft sample website (GitHubPortal);
(3) Click on the top left corne
In this case, you will find that scrolling vertically down has a significant delay.
Then you can return to re-enable
In addition, Microsoft has released a complete design document about this feature for developers to refer to and check if necessary.
It is worth noting that Google Chrome stable currently does not support this new feature introduced by Microsoft edge.
Finally, Microsoft submitted a bug to Google's Chromium team, and related fixes will also be synchronously pushed to other third-party browsers based on the kernel.