In Ventura MacOS, I am trying to use a command line script for affecting the trackpad settings. Specifically, in this case, I am trying to turn on tap-to-click. But I would also like to turn on double-tap to drag, and change the scroll direction. The command that I have found are the following, but they do not work in Ventura:
sudo defaults write com.apple.AppleMultitouchTrackpad Clicking -bool true sudo defaults -currentHost write NSGlobalDomain com.apple.mouse.tapBehavior -int 1 sudo defaults write NSGlobalDomain com.apple.mouse.tapBehavior -int 1
Can anyone here help with the correct commands for these tasks? Thanks!
For the purposes of the bounty, here is what I am looking for:
Command-line commands to do the following 3 things on MacOS Ventura:
Turn on tap-to-click on a Macbook trackpad
Reverse the scroll direction
Turn on double-tap-to-drag (for moving windows around).
defaults read com.apple.AppleMultitouchTrackpadbefore turning on tap to click, then turn it on and see the difference after running again?
defaults write(know might be a bit strong - you have an idea of what might work).