Has "smooth scrolling" been included in Ubuntu's GNOME 3.4?

Asked by Victor Zamanian

According to: http://library.gnome.org/misc/release-notes/3.4/#rnusers.smooth-scrolling,

we should now have smooth scrolling in GNOME 3.4, if I'm not mistaken. But to me, it seems all scrolling is still quite "jerky" (or "normal/classic", if you will).

Do they mean, in the release notes, that smooth scrolling is "available" in the sense that applications have to embrace the possibility in their code, or should it come automatically to all applications? I'm not seeing any smooth scrolling as of yet.

The overlay scrollbars thing does exhibit smooth scrolling, even since 11.10, but I turned those off because I hate them. But with overlay scrollbars off, I don't see smooth scrolling in GNOME 3.4. What do they mean in the release notes?

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actionparsnip (andrew-woodhead666) said :

I suggest you report a bug

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