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I here what you're saying however the only thing I know of is to use the clear command. It keep's the history intact while returning the prompt to the top of the Terminal window. I added an alias for clear to my ~/.profile file. Or ~/.bash_profile file if using it instead. alias c='clear' Now I just press CEnter. Then scroll back into the history as ...


Try this: Go to Accessibility settings for Mouse & Trackpad in System Preferences. Tick the "Ignore built-in trackpad when mouse or wireless trackpad is present" option. Then, with your mouse connected, go back to your Mouse settings in the System Preferences and adjust scrolling accordingly.


Have you tried the MagicPrefs pane (http://magicprefs.com)? I suppose it can help. Or other tool that may help is BetterTouchTool (http://www.bettertouchtool.net).

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