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This is Apple redefining normal. For me it is fine on a trackpad but counter intuitive with a scroll wheel. It started on O/S X Lion and I have been using a little utility called Scroll Reverser to change the behavior: https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/37872/scroll-reverser
I've had a simular issue as an inverted (external) mouse is pretty... annoying. If you never use another computer, you will get used to it eventually. But if you would like to customize buttons, I would recommend you steermouse as per their site: SteerMouse is a mouse driver that lets you freely customize buttons, wheels and cursor speed. Both USB and ...
I arrived at this page because I also perceived a subtle change in the trackpad scrolling mechanics after upgrading to Mavericks. It does indeed feel that medium-speed scrolling is slowed down a bit from before (10.7 in my case). I don't have a machine running the older OS to test this on, though. Anyway, I turned up the scrolling speed to max in System ...
There is no known solution at the moment – Apple seems to have deprecated the NSScrollViewRubberbanding command in 10.9. You may find that it helps to do Settings > Accessibility > Mouse & Trackpad > Trackpad Options > Scrolling > Without Inertia. This won't actually disable the rubber band effect, but in my experience it makes it less annoying. ...
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