RisksMouse on Android is not common, so the risk is low. Some websites could be unresponsive to mouse because they don't have proper mouse event handlers in mobile-specific codepaths; they will still work for touch interactions.
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Not exactly, I mean now there is no way of zooming or moving webpages to the left or to the right by using mouse only. Even marking some text by using mouse is not possible with this new interface solution.
Please try it by your own. From my point of view the mouse input become useless, because you will need additional touch interface all the time for zooming, marking and horizontal navigation.
in V56 mouse support works only for wheel and the 3-buttons desktop like
But I do not htink it is a real bug, because it works perfectly like the description here:
Therefore I guess it's an incomplete implementation and a not consideration of using mouse only.
Together with keyboard you are able to horizontal navigation via arrow keys but still no zooming (CTRL+wheel or SHIFT+wheel does not work) and even marking some text by mouse does not work. So If you really want to implement the feeling of a real desktop (mouse+keyboard) on Chrome for Android, then using only a mouse on a tablet will become useless!