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Mouse movement vertical axis inversion? (Mac OS X)
I would like to either run an AppleScript or use a Terminal command to invert the y-axis for mouse movement in OSX— and no, not like http://d.pr/w9z7 (/joke). Any ideas? I thought about checking for ...
Dec 28 '10 at 3:11
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