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Remove rubber band scrolling in most apps
Authored by: PixelPoint on May 10, '12 10:15:41AM

Dude....there's an option for this ever since it has been introduced.

System Preferences -> Universal Access -> Mouse & Trackpad -> Trackpad Options -> Scrolling without inertia.

The rubber band effect is called scrolling with inertia. It's the effect on the iPhone that when you scroll up or down, it keeps scrolling on it's own for a few seconds



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Remove rubber band scrolling in most apps
Authored by: kirkmc on May 11, '12 01:21:42AM

No, inertia is the fact that after you stop scrolling your page continues to scroll a bit more. That's not what this hint is about.

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Remove rubber band scrolling in most apps
Authored by: Havner on May 11, '12 01:33:14AM

> The rubber band effect is called scrolling with inertia.

It's been almost a year since Lion got released and people still mix up those two ;-)

Edited on May 11, '12 01:33:47AM by Havner



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