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Dear friends,

I have upgraded to the above but m i regretting?
I find it very difficult to scroll down from within Sapari, i always end up high lighting the whole page instead of scrolling down.The scroll bar is very small on the right side of the browser so difficult for me to use.
2. When i open iTunes and connect my iPhone and click on MY NAME i find it impossible to scrtoll down on say NFO" or "MUSIC"or anything because the lower part of the screen is not useable, you just cannot scroll down. Similar problem on the scroll bar on the left,it's too small.Thanks.
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I assume you're using the trackpad - if you are, you should be using the two finger scroll technique instead of click and drag.

If you're problem is inversed scrolling from what you're used to, you can reverse that within the settings where you can change the scrolling direction with the Natural check box.

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I assume you're using the trackpad - if you are, you should be using the two finger scroll technique instead of click and drag.

If you're problem is inversed scrolling from what you're used to, you can reverse that within the settings where you can change the scrolling direction with the Natural check box.
Thanks but with two finger scrolling who needs the bar anymore?
Since my wife is used to scroll bar how to change it please.
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System Preferences, General. Where it says: "Scroll Bars", Place a check in the box that says: "Always".
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System Preferences, General. Where it says: "Scroll Bars", Place a check in the box that says: "Always".
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