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  1. alexey says:

    MouseImp don’t work in Firefox !!!
    We are waiting for new releases… %)

  2. aoleg says:

    Actually, it DOES work in FireFox. Try getting the latest version of MouseImp Pro Live!, and, if it does not do the job in FireFox, update it with “MouseImp Pro DLL” download. Note: you might have to restart your computer after that.

  3. alexey says:

    I installed latest MouseImp PRO Live! and newest DLL.
    Vertical scrolling in Firefox is working now, but not horizontal :(

  4. aoleg says:

    Yes, horizontal scrolling doesn’t work in FireFox. Volunteer developers are urgently needed :)

  5. Morten Seljeskog says:

    This lovely utility has been with me since the down of time – thanks for bringing it back to life :)

  6. curtom says:

    It seems to be a great tool, but the horizontal scrolling does not work in opera. :(

  7. elfranche says:

    Could you improve it, so both scrolling directions can occur SIMULTANEOUSLY?

  8. aoleg says:


    I believe, the scroll can be made in both directions by enabling the Options – Directscroll – Bidirectional feature.

  9. John says:

    Nice try

  10. Lion says:

    I installed the latest version, but still it doesn’t work with firefox :(

  11. aoleg says:

    Did you get the updated “MouseImp Pro DLL” from the download section? It actually solves the problem (you might need to restart Windows in order for MouseImp to start using this DLL instead of the original one).

  12. elfranche says:

    I mean, simultanously!! Such that I can scroll diagonally… this would essentially make the mouse control the entire window’s background. superb for scrolling over large photos!

  13. Karl Smith says:


    Does it work only on Internet Explorer, where can I see the system requirements of the tool please?

    I tried searching in the Firefox extension, to download it from there too.


  14. aoleg says:

    MouseImp works in virtually all Windows applications that are using scrolling.

  15. Nate says:

    Anyone know how to use a 4th mouse button with this. It only supports the Left/Right/Middle. Any options to pick a different button?

  16. Korn4D says:

    For firefox, try scrollbaranywhere firefox add-on.

  17. lio says:

    Great tool.
    I’m using it since end of 1999 (7 years).
    Thanks a lot for bringing it back.
    Releasing it as open souce gave the immortality to this nice utility.

  18. hugo says:

    Hi, I just installed Vista and FIRST software I tried to install was MouseImp Pro. Really !!! I can’t imagine windows without this feature. MouseImpPro doesn’t work (actually it works, but most of new opened windows/applications fails).. so I started to search on web and I found this page. It’s great that MouseImp is not dead ! I’ll try MouseImp Pro Live today evening on Vista, but I don’t think it will run… will see.

  19. hugo says:

    So the result is that MouseImp Pro Live works in Vista, but it also can’t be running because other applications are very unstable and often fails during start :-(

  20. Eugene says:

    If I had money, I would order a computer programer for develeping and improving this realy useful soft… but now it is only one hope to volunteers…

  21. elfranche says:

    Mouseimp *MUST* survive!!!!!!!!!!!111

  22. elfranche says:

    Once again PLEASE! make it scroll in both directions SIMULTANEOUSLY! it would essentially behave like a ball mouse, i.e. in all directions, but whilst controlling the scrollbars.

  23. victor says:

    I can confirm that mouseimp pro does not work properly with Windows Vista. Is there a plan to make it compatible with Vista? I very much like this software and hope a way will be found to update it.

  24. aoleg says:

    I am yet to install Windows Vista. I will surely try to do what is possible to make MouseImp work with it, but no guarantees…

  25. aoleg says:

    Vista issue confirmed. I’ll try to resolve MouseImp and Vista compatibility.

  26. koreanz says:

    MouseImp!! this software is very good
    I’m using I have problem with scrolling..
    but finally, I got MousImp.. It’s over!

  27. sortov says:

    Started using it since the times when mice did not have scrolling wheels. But even with a scroll wheel this app saves me lots of time.

    BTW, in case anyone did not know – if your mouse has a scroll wheel, *clicking* the wheel will turn on auto-scrolling mode in most apps, such as Opera, Firefox, IE, MSWord, Excel, OpenOffice, Windows Explorer, Konqueror. For Firefox on Linux you first need to enable ‘automatic scroll’ which is off by default.

  28. Richard says:

    For horizontal scrolling in firefox I use ” Grag and Drag ”
    It is set to use the left mouse button and only on non text
    areas, This allows horizontal scrolling while still allowing
    the text highlight function.

    It is a workaround but is better than nothing.

    I have used mouseimp since before it was freeware and
    cannot live without it.

    BTW: it will work on Windows 7 x86 (32 bit )but not on Windows 7 x64 ( 64 bit )

    Note to Mazola: Please fix Firefox to work properly! with

  29. pmshah says:

    I can confirm that MIMP works on Win 7 Ultimate it creates a lot of other problems and that the explorer keeps crashing. At least that is the only solution I found – uninstall it in safe mode!

    I just wish and pray that someone would come up with a compatible version. I am so used to it! Without it I am practically miserable.

  30. ®ound says:

    Does anyone know any ALTERNATIVE tool?
    Because, latest (on current data) downloaded version of MouseImp still does not work under Windows 7.


  31. DVDUFO says:

    First thank you so much for your really good software.
    MouseIMP really speeds up my works in computer.
    But unfortunately MouseIMP don`t support Opera 10.51 version and Google Chrome. So I decide install old version of Opera witch is my favour web browser. I will wait for new version of MouseIMP.

  32. aoleg says:

    DVDUFO: try this DLL

    It’s a pre-release version; if everything works OK, I’ll update the installer.

  33. aoleg says:

    BTW, the new DLL is reported to work on Windows 7 32-bit. It also adds support for Chrome and Visual Studio 2010.

  34. Richard says:

    The new .dll did not work for horizontal scrolling in Firefox

  35. O-O ^.^ says:

    thank you for your software. too

    both Opera 10.51, Chrome works fine, on Windows 7 32-bit

    Can U add the support of MS Office2010 (OneNote2010, Voiso2010, Project2010)

  36. ppg says:

    Installed the new dll. Works super fine in Visual Studio 2010 on Windows XP 32bit, but not in Office 2007. If it works in Office 2010 I’ll be satisfied with that :)
    This is one of the essential utilities I cannot live without actually. Really appreciate your work and continous support!

  37. ppg says:

    Sorry for being unspecific regarding Office 2007. It seems to work fine in Word and Excel, but in Outlook I can’t scroll the message list, but the mail windows works fine.

  38. O-O ^.^ says:
    Contains wininet has access to the Internet,Is spyware?

  39. aoleg says:

    O-O ^.^: Nope. Full source code is available anyway.

  40. O-O ^.^ says:

    aoleg : But I did not find the source code link.

  41. Alps says:


    Works well with VS 2010.

  42. guest says:

    It’s fine if mouseimp implement an exluded program list or individual settings for programs.
    I don’t want mouseimp to works with some programs, and there is no way to do this.
    For example, I use an addon called Grab and Drag to instead of mouseimp, and free the right mouse button to work with another addon which called FireGestures. But now I can’t do this when mouseimp is running.

  43. guest says:

    The addons is for firefox, I miss it.

  44. guest says:

    The addons is for firefox, I miss it.

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