Windows Natural Scrolling and Synergy

Windows Natural Scrolling and Synergy A lit­tle over a year ago, I wrote about set­ting up “nat­ural scolling” on Windows. I tried it for a week or so and never quite got used to it. One of the biggest set­backs was the soft­ware I use to con­nect my Windows and Linux boxes together as one large desk­top: Synergy. My mouse … Continue read­ing Windows Natural Scrolling and Synergy

Natural” scrolling across operating systems

Natural” Scrolling Overview I am begin­ning to get used to the reversed scrolling behav­ior in the new OS X. For those that have not heard about it, this was one of the most con­tro­ver­sial changes in the new oper­at­ing sys­tem. They reversed the direc­tion of the action that is per­formed by spin­ning the mouse’s scroll … Continue read­ing Natural” scrolling across oper­at­ing sys­tems

Regurgitating an Interesting Article

Please note that all blog posts before 8 April 2007 were auto­mat­i­cally imported from LiveJournal.  To see the com­ments and any LiveJournal-specific extras such as polls and user icons, please find the source post­ing at am feel­ing much less sick now. Plus, I have enough chicken soup to drown a baby (or bap­tize a baby, depend­ing on your inten­tions.) … Continue read­ing Regurgitating an Interesting Article