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Remove scrolling elasticity in Xcode
Authored by: arcticmac on May 08, '12 01:16:04PM

Upon further poking, I believe the defaults key you're looking for is 'NSScrollViewRubberbanding'. So maybe something like

defaults write -g NSScrollViewRubberbanding -bool NO

will do what you want. Again, I can't test 'cause my machine doesn't support inertial scrolling or rubberbanding in the first place. I just know that I watched TextEdit check that preference key, and it sounds pretty promising, so...

Or perhaps (based on that thread over at apple discussions), it wants a numeric argument...

Edited on May 08, '12 02:10:09PM by arcticmac


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Remove scrolling elasticity in Xcode
Authored by: marook on May 08, '12 04:02:30PM
Nope, does not work.. :-/ At least not in Safari..
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/Marook
Edited on May 08, '12 04:03:39PM by marook


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Remove scrolling elasticity in Xcode
Authored by: tclementdev on May 09, '12 10:20:26AM

Yes this seems to work fine:
defaults write -g NSScrollViewRubberbanding -bool false

So I think this is the better solution :-)



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Remove scrolling elasticity in Xcode
Authored by: Fofer on May 09, '12 11:41:10AM

Thanks for this; I see it's working for me in TextEdit. Fantastic! But, unfortunately, it seems to have no effect on Safari, where I'd appreciate it most. Any other ideas?



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