Update, September 2016:
Short version: HTG article, NaturalScrolling.exe, possibly obsolete Linux version.
Thanks!! – this works and runs on my locked-down work laptop; the other solutions (macros or using regedit) are blocked. Hooray!
Any chance of updating this .exe to allow a higher #MaxHotKeysPerInterval or a lower #HotKeyInterval? I’m getting warning dialogue boxes every once in a while when I scroll too aggressively.
Here’s the relevant documentation:
I would install AutoHotKey and my own script, but my work computer is unfortunately locked down by IT. Your .exe works like a charm, so I’m hoping it can easily be updated!
Awesome utility. Thanks man.
Wow, always looked for that program!
I use Windows 8 Pro, and noticed only one error while using Internet Explorer, in moving the scroll bar below. Much remains, but very little to be perfect!
Thank you and congratulations!
is there a way to get the scroll effect where the window continues to scroll on based on the speed you spun the scroll wheel, like the mac using the trackpad
Works on Windows 8 Consumer Preview. Yay!
Yes it does, I’m using it on my Windows 8 machine. It fails from time to time though, and has to be “restarted” manually. And it doesn’t work in things like Task Manager.
I think Mooga’s problem was due to a logitech mouse with freewheel scrolling. srry bout the bump, but i know people are still migrating to natural scroll
you are a legend 🙂 thanks for saving my brain power for more important tasks than scrolling one way at home and another at work!
cool, only problem doesnt work with syn touchpad scrolling 😦
I believe (some version of) Synaptic’s touchpad utility has a reverse scrolling option.
Does this work on Windows 7 64 bit?
Well, it should work. AFAIK AutoHotkey is cross-architecture.
Keeps interrupting with Hot keys per interval. What gives?
Dunno. Slow computer? Try installing AHK and creating the script as described here.
I’m having the same issue – logitech mouse seems to be causing too many “hotkeys per interval” can you up the number in your script?
It’s AutoHotKey’s fault. I don’t even think you can avoid those errors. Besides, I don’t have a Logitech mouse to test it, and my Windows machine is dead anyway, so if you want a fix you’ll have to find it yourself.
Fix is simple – is there any way that I can edit your .exe?
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