It appears that this is integrated in the Karabiner app so it works out of the box without any custom XML (which are described above).
You'll need the following settings:
Karabiner Preferences > Change Key > Karabiner core settings > Exclude devices > Don't remap Apple's pointing devices
Karabiner Preferences > Change Key > Pointing Device > Reverse ...
This video recommends resetting the SMC:
Turn off your computer.
Plug in the MagSafe adapter.
Press Shift-Option-Control, on the left side of the keyboard, and the power button, at the same time and hold it for 5 seconds.
Let go of all the buttons.
Turn your computer back on with the power button.
For more information on the SMC reset see this Apple ...
Yes, this is true but not for all iPhones. It has to be an iPhone 6S or above (basically any iPhone with 3D Touch, which unfortunately means the current iPhone SE is not included).
The way to access it is via the keyboard, so you need to already have the keyboard visible on the screen.
More specifically, follow these steps:
Press hard on any of the keys ...
I found some workaround that will at least spare you a reboot when problem arrives. It may be found here: https://discussions.apple.com/message/23705326#23705326
Shortly, type in terminal:
sudo kextunload -b com.apple.iokit.BroadcomBluetoothHostControllerUSBTransport
sudo kextload -b com.apple.iokit.BroadcomBluetoothHostControllerUSBTransport
After doing ...
I went in to the Genius Bar and got an answer, so here it is!
Note that this may not work for everyone, but it did work for me.
The first thing the tech did was have me save everything and power off the computer. Wait until the screen is completely off and everything is powered down.
Plug in your MacBook.
Press the following keys in the bottom left of ...
The value of the preference is stored in ~/Library/Preferences/.GlobalPreferences.plist and can be changed with something like defaults write -g com.apple.trackpad.scaling -float 5.0. The normal maximum value is currently 3.0. Applying the changes requires logging out and back in.
Click and Drag
Press the physical button, then drag. While the button is depressed, you can reposition your "dragging" finger without letting go of what you're dragging.
One-Finger Tap & Drag
With Dragging enabled, tap the trackpad twice and start dragging on the second tap (instead of lifting your finger from the trackpad). There is a short delay ...
This was driving me crazy, too. It just started happening yesterday, but was dangerous as the cursor kept selecting everything--making selection rectangles especially on the desktop, opening programs I didn't want to open on the dock, and generally jumping around like a drunk rabbit.
Searched forums, read about others saying this happened to them after ...
This sometimes happens to me, where the 3-finger macro stops working. Seems like OSX just bugs out. My hotfix right now is to open the command line and run killall Dock. Seems to work fine for resetting it and getting it working again.
I found myself in the exact same boat (preferring Natural for TrackPad and normal for Mouse), and in case anyone attempts to do the same, I did file a bug report against Apple for this. They closed it rather briefly with the words "This is intentional" and no other explanation.
I'm guessing that it's a common request, and they're just tired of hearing it.
Enabling the three finger "drag" is a bit different on El-Capitan and above:
Go to System Preferences > Accessibility
Choose Mouse & Trackpad from the left options list
Click Trackpad Options
Tick "enable dragging" and select “three finger drag” from the drop-down menu next to it
Turn off pinch to zoom in preferences, then turn on again. This has worked for me before. If that doesn't work then doing a reboot will usually fix any and all trackpad issues. Problems after a reboot? Check out the above slightely more extreme ways around the problem..
My trackpad (MBP Early 2015) was working, but there was no haptic feedback, or any indication that force touch was working. Other functions (trackpad, single tap, scrolling, etc.) were working. Here's what my settings looked like:
For me, it was fixed somehow by an SMC reset with the charger disconnected, while powered on. Basically, I pressed Control + ...
You can also use Karabiner:
Ok I can confirm that the keyboard and trackpad are stuck after sleep when I let VMWare Fusion running... If you have something similar that's running in background it could be the problem.
To resolve it at the moment I pause all Virtual Machines and everything goes alright now.
This is probably related to kernel modules installed by VMWare but I can't ...
I had the same exact problem. Drove me crazy trying to figure it out. Simple Solution.
Open System Preferences, Trackpad
Under the Point & Click tab make sure that the Look up & data detectors is set to Force click with one finger. Some how, mine got changed to tap with three fingers. I know I didn't change it and I'm the only one that has ...
Currently in Lion the preference for reverse scrolling sets the direction for both mice and trackpads.
If you want to switch directions quickly you might look into Scrollreverser which puts the option in the menubar.
BetterTouchTool does that, and lets you add application specific gestures as well!
I don't think I could use a mac without it, at this point. I have my browser-tab-management and finder shortcuts mapped to multitouch gestures.
Thankfully, you can still disable the trackpad in OS X Lion.
Open System Preferences, click on Universal Access, select Mouse & Trackpad and click on Trackpad Options... at the bottom. Tick the checkbox "Ignore built-in trackpad when mouse or wireless trackpad is present".
There have been several significant updates to Mavericks, so the first step would be to run software update and get the OS and any firmware updates installed. Next, you can troubleshoot the issue as follows:
Look at the error messages relative to the blued daemon:
grep blued /var/log/system.log
(this is a command to type within Terminal).