A bookmarklet ends Netflix's annoying horizontal web scrolling

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A bookmarklet ends Netflix's annoying horizontal web scrolling

Netflix on the web can be a tiresome experience, because the homepage's horizontal carousels show only a smattering of titles at once. To see more, you have to patiently hover your cursor over the arrow buttons on either side, which slide in new movies and TV shows at a glacial pace. Offering a perhaps temporary fix, developer Renan Cakirerk has created a free bookmarklet that automatically expands all of the titles in each listed category. Once it's activated, you can scroll vertically at your own pace and quickly find something to watch. There's a good chance Netflix will take notice and shut it down, but hopefully in the process it'll recognize the error of its ways and offer a similar option officially.

Here's how Netflix looks on the web normally:

Here's how it looks with 'God Mode' turned on:

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