Some users are reporting they can't scroll with the mouse wheel on Google Calendar since they upgraded to 32.0.2. Others claim 32.0.3, even though that only had the NSS exploit patch. Multiple people have reported this problem here: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1021902 ^ It already has 45 people shown as having the problem The comment that best sums it up is: "I am having the exact same issue. I have tried it on Firefox 32.0.3 on Mac OS X 10.8, Ubuntu 12.04 and Windows 7. In all cases restarting with add-ons disabled does not solve the problem. I can confirm that there is no problem on the latest Chrome for Mac or Internet Explorer 11." Another points the blame at 32.0.2: "I had this issue in 32.0.2, and still have it with the update to 32.0.3. I just updated to see if that would help. It started 2 days ago." No need to blame mouse models or drivers since Chrome and IE 11 don't show the problem. My money's on 32.0.2. I'd make a comment about how rapid release introduced yet another annoying issue that requires users to sit on the latest build because of this paramount security exploit found in NSS with no recourse except to either wait for a unlikely chemspill (depends on the severity I realize) or the next release but... I won't. ;) Can someone say update fatigue? :P About 69 scroll related bugs checked into Firefox 32: http://mzl.la/1ve4gvG More like ~50-ish if you ignore the Fx for Android, Talos, mochitest, Panning and Zooming, Cocoa bugs. Have fun finding the regression in that. :/
I have this problem in 27.0.1 on Win7 - it seemed to coincide with a Google Apps message last week about my browser not being supported anymore. I'm no genius so I can't tell if any of the Google apps release activity last week (as at http://whatsnew.googleapps.com/home) is to blame but it definitely worked before and I haven't altered Firefox in any way since then.
Interestingly enough, scrolling is now working again. I haven't even so much as restarted Firefox since my last comment and so I'm pretty sure my particular problem was related to a Google Apps restriction of some description. Nothing obvious jump sout from the release calndar mentioned before, though though have been playing with 'legacy' URLs so that may have affected things? Sorry if this isn't even remotely helpful!
The support thread mentioned in comment 0 has users stating that the scroll is now working..