For whatever reason the Adobe apps have made my magic trackpad scroll the opposite direction I have them set in all other apps and the OS finder. I can't find any settings that allow me to toggle this as there are in other apps. Can anyone help? Thank you.
Scrolling direction with the trackpad?
That's a OS X system setting. Look under Trackpad there. Scrolling and Zooming.
Turn on/off the first item there.
I turned it off… Default is on.
( OS X 10.11.6 )
Thanks, Laubender–– not an OS fix, unfortunately, I do not think. It is set the way I prefer in prefs (unchecked/'natural' off) and works this way with every other app I use. It's just Adobe's creative cloud (that i just upgraded to) that has reversed it. I appreciate your reply, though. Thanks for trying to help.
Maybe you could do a little video clip with Quick Time Player to show what's going wrong and post a link after uploading it to a service like Dropbox?
I have no idea what's going wrong on your side…
I have the same issue.
Normally I work with programs like Solidworks where you zoom by pushing and pulling the content.
In Adobe software the default zoom is zooming a virtual camera.
Since a few months, I have been using Indesign and Illustrator a lot and am really annoyed that such a company as Adobe cannot just build the option to toggle this the opposite direction.
I am constantly switching between natural and reversed zooming all day and it drives me crazy.
So please Adobe change this soon!
And no, I am not changing the Solidworks direction because I also work with a Spacemouse.
Also a thing Adobe cannot work with .
I am having the same issue with Bridge only. Weird! I have my OS mouse scroll set to "natural" which works as intended for all apps except Bridge which is scrolling in the opposite direction.
Can't see anything in the Bridge prefs.
OK, here it comes:
There is a row of small symbols at the right bottom corner. The fourth one from the right looks like a grid, has a tooltip that reads "Click to lock thumbnail grid". Click on that and the scrolling will be back to normal.
Thanks, hquicksilver, that solved it.
Please let me know if you have a fix for this for Photoshop. I have no idea why, but suddenly half an hour ago out of nowhere my scrolling just reversed and it's only in PS. The rest of my Mac is perfectly normal. 😞 thank you !
This fixed it for me! Thanks, hquicksilver! 🙂
CTRL + SHIFT + H, than use up / down arrows till you get proper speed and DIRECTION. CTRL + SHIFT + H again, to stop autoscrolling. Worked for READER DC.