You can change the settings in preferences, of course, but Mac OS X Lion has trackpad scrolling backwards from what's normal. Instead of two finger scrolling down making pages go down, it goes up, like if you were touching the screen. Like iOS. As if we needed more indication that Apple is trying to unify their touch computing with their regular computing. [9to5Mac]
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