How to reverse default scroll behaviour on Mac OS X Lion
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A lot of users seem to be annoyed by the scroll behaviour on Mac OS X Lion. There are complaints about it not being intuitive and difficult to adapt. The scroll behaviour in Mac OS X Lion which is termed by Apple as “natural scroll” can be easily reversed and set to what it was in Snow Leapord.

Follow steps below based on whether you have a Magic Mouse or a Magic Trackpad.

For Magic Mouse

1) Go to System Preference

2) Select Mouse under Hardware in System Preference

3) Uncheck “Move content in the direction of finger movement when scrolling or navigating”

 

For Magic Trackpad

1) Go to System Preference

2) Select Trackpad under Hardware in System Preference

3) Uncheck  “When using gestures to scroll or navigate, move content in the direction of finger movement.” (in Old Macs)

OR

Under Scroll & Zoom;  Uncheck “Scroll direction: natural” (In New Macs)

 

 

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