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OSX Lion: Can I use “classic” mousewheel scrolling but keep “natural” trackpad scrolling?

I found such strange behavior when using the trackpad together with a mouse. I would like both of them to work in this way at the same time:

  1. I want to disable mouse feature "Move content in the direction of finger movement when scrolling or navigating"
  2. I want to enable trackpad's "Scroll direction: natural"

How can I do it at the same time? When I disable mouse's feature, it automatically disables trackpad's feature. And contra verse.

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marked as duplicate by Daniel Beck, Ivo Flipse Jul 12 '12 at 19:57

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Within the system preferences there is a trackpad and a mouse section. You should be able to select how each works separately.

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You're not. Changing one changes the other, and there's no automatic settings switch when moving between input devices. – Daniel Beck Feb 25 '12 at 10:21

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