iScroll2
iScroll2
0.32

4.4

iScroll2 free download for Mac

iScroll20.32

14 November 2007

Activates 2-finger scrolling on pre-2005 PowerBooks.

Overview

iScroll2 is a modified trackpad driver that adds two-finger scrolling capabilities to supported pre-2005 PowerBooks and iBooks on OS X 10.3 and up (version 0.29 and later require 10.4).

Supported models include most aluminum PowerBooks introduced from 2003 to 2004 as well as all G4 iBooks.

Note: Models that have two-finger scrolling already built-in are not supported! These use a completely different, USB-based trackpad, the driver of which is not available as open source.

iScroll2 is based on Apple's AppleADBMouse-209.0.10 driver for the ADB-based trackpads found on older models, which is available as part of the publicly released Darwin source code (and covered by the APSL). The code added for supporting two-finger scrolling was written from scratch.

What's new in iScroll2

Version 0.32:
  • Fixed a typo in main() that caused the settings daemon to crash on load.
  • Please do not use version 0.31!
  • Note: This version requires Mac OS X 10.4 or higher!

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203 Reviews of iScroll2

4.5
Anonymous
15 February 2005
Version: 2.0.10-dub-4

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I have an aluminum PowerBook G4/1.33GHz I am using this right now, I must say it is awesome! I understand that is it not totally complete but it works like a champ now. I have it setup as a Startup Item because it drops the settings after a restart (I hardly ever restart anyway). I have not tried the Scrolling Trackpad on the new PowerBook G4s but I bet they cannot be much better than this! Kudos to the developer!
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John-Sawyer-CJS
16 August 2018
Version: 0.32
The download link has changed to: http://iscroll2.sourceforge.net/
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Macsweep
21 March 2010
Version: 0.32
Very flakey performance on late model iBook G4. Sometimes it works and sometimes it does not. tested on late model G4 iBook. On an earlier model G3 iBook it seemed to work much better. But still no awards for stability. Both systems were OS 10.4.11
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153957photography
25 September 2008
Version: 0.32
It works. But only after I enabled 'Two finger scrolling' in the Keyboard & Mouse preferences, which wasnt a very obvious requirement.. that could have been made more clear. Other then that it works great :)
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Bousozoku
15 November 2007
Version: 0.32
Version 0.32 has given back the two finger scrolling, which hasn't worked since Tiger. It still seems a bit jerky but that is probably due to Leopard as everything seems to work poorly.
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Tice
14 November 2007
Version: 0.30
Still doesn't work anymore on my PowerBook : (
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Tray-Steel
13 November 2007
Version: 0.30
Just installed iScroll2 0.30 and it now keeps my settings. Well done works great!
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Johnny-Rocket
13 November 2007
Version: 0.30
installed 0.30 and rebooted and it is saving my changes. good job!
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Tray-Steel
10 November 2007
Version: 0.29
iScroll 0.29 works on Leopard but has a small bug of not saving your settings upon reboot. To get round this you can manually edit the default settings file /Library/Preferences/name.razzfazz.driver.iScroll2 using texteditor/BBEdit to reflect the settings you want.
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Johnny-Rocket
07 November 2007
Version: 0.29
doesn't appear to be saving settings after a reboot. I lowered the speed, rebooted, and it was back to max. Otherwise seems to be working in 10.5
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Masc
07 November 2007
Version: 0.29
Just installed 0.29 and works well on Leopard
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Johnny-Rocket
03 November 2007
Version: 0.28
seems to be working fine with 10.5
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rtheone
16 June 2007
Version: 0.27
Impossible to find good settings w Safari 3!!!
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moofmak
16 May 2007
Version: 0.27
after installing the vers. 0.27 on my powerbook g4 1,33 i run in the kernel panic problem. after deinstalling all works fine. hope for a new version
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Ben-Wakefield
01 May 2007
Version: 0.27
I've had the same problems as Rattus with iScroll 2. All previous versions worked fine, but 0.27 causes a kernel panic upon start-up. Can this be sorted soon?
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5
Renderhead
15 April 2007
Version: 0.27
This software works great on my Aluminum Powerbook G4. I use it constantly, and the only time I think about it is when I'm recommending it to friends.
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Rattus
06 April 2007
Version: 0.27
WARNING: this software made my iBook G4 (mid 2004 model) kernel panic on startup after installation. I was able to fix it by starting up in Safe Boot Mode (hold shift) and removing the following files: /Library/PreferencePanes/iScroll2.prefpane /Library/Preferences/name.razzfazz.driver.iScroll2.plist /Library/StartupItems/iScroll2 (folder) /System/Library/Extensions/iScroll2.kext This was an unfortunate event and I hope this doesn't happen to others because it sure scared me!
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5
Anonymous-
02 April 2007
Version: 0.27
Just found this via O'Grady and I must say it isn't an April Fools Joke! This actually works and it's given my 12" 1.33 PowerBook new life! Thank you! Thank you! The best settings I've found are: max sensitivy, slowest speed, and max resolution. Works like a charm in the finder. Superb and free!!!! :) Great job guys.
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Syharris
02 April 2007
Version: 0.27
iScroll2 has never worked for me, not in OS 10.3.9 nor in OS 10.4.9. This version, like previous ones, is only intermittently responsive and when it does respond it's mostly jerky and twitchy. I've tried adjusting the settings every which way but just can't get smooth, responsive scrolling. My Powerbook was built in 2004 so it should be compatible with iScroll2. Those who have been successful using iScroll2 must be truly blessed; for me it's been a totally exasperating experience.....sigh.....
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Spargett
18 November 2006
Version: 0.26
I have a 15" 1.33 Powerbook. The key for me was lowering the speed all the way and putting the "Maximum Event Rate" around 60%. Much "smoother" after that.
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Arvidtp
07 October 2006
Version: 0.26
I love this trackpad driver - been using since it came out. iScroll2 is fantastic and i get frustrated on mac laptops that dont have it - however I urge the developer to go back to whatever circular scrolling method was used in 0.25, because no matter what I do I cannot get circular scrolling in version 0.26 to be as sensitive and usable as in 0.25 (on an Alumn. Powerbook G4 15" 1.25GHz). It is just way to jumpy and fast in 0.26...
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Briang4
31 August 2006
Version: 0.26
For the iScroll2 ver. 06, once you install the main program, and update with the 0.26 install, use the settings posted previously. Then REMEMBER to experiment with your trackpad and put a bit of "pressure" on the pad with your two fingers, going slowly. Give the G4 time to process the scrolling. Do not be in hurry and expect it to work like you had a newer mac with factory two-finger trackpad scrolling. This technique worked for me like a charm once I decided to be patient with my fingers on the pad and pressed down a bit with both fingers simultaneously.
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Alava134
07 June 2006
Version: 0.26
someone please help!!! i have a feeling my mouse doesn't support this feature. but anyways......what does "Your trackpad does not seem to support W-enhanced mode. This is a prerequisite for using iScroll2." mean? thats what comes up when i try to install iscroll2 0.26.......please help anyone!!!! thanks.
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jrc+
07 June 2006
Version: 0.26
I loved version 0.25e so much that I donated. Better than uControl and Sidetrack. But I just tried 0.26 and I couldn't get it to work like I wanted, i.e. sensitive enough to do "small", fine scrolling, but enough acceleration to scroll through large documents. I gave up in frustration, uninstalled, and went back to 0.25e. Smooth as butter! I recommend installing 0.25e, instead of 0.26. BTW, would be nice to be able to map modifier keys, e.g. Control-scrollwheel, to commands in specific applications.
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4.75
Mike666
04 June 2006
Version: 0.26
I've been using it for about 2 years and have very smooth and responsive vertical and horizontal scrolling - don't use the circular scrolling. It did take while to find the optimal settings so it sounds like you just need to play with it a little more, Herr Rex. My settings are: Sensitivity - 1 mark below highest, Speed - 2 marks below fastest, Resolution - 2 marks above lowest and Maximum Event Rate at the highest.
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2.75
8oo8
12 April 2006
Version: 0.25e
I'm afraid that iScroll just isn't ready for prime time. As a previous reviewer stated, it's quite jerky and twitchy. In its present incarnation, it's virtually useless. I've tried adjusting the settings in iScroll preferences, but have found no way to get it to operate smoothly and responsively.
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4.75
MacCentric
04 April 2006
Version: 0.25e
I tried to install on my Powerbook 1Ghz but wouldn't go, complained that this book doesn't support W-enhanced mode. Sitdetrack did install without complaining. Bummer, I'd prefer to use this.
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4.75
Whyatt-Thrash
10 March 2006
Version: 0.25e
Awesome! I tried Sidetrack before, and it's not a bad app but it's 15$... :) This one does the same, and more, and it's free! It also contains some extra configuration options for the normal "tap" function, that I had to disable before due to it's ridiculous sensitivity. Now I can finally enable it again! (Only gets a "four" in stability because I haven't tried it out much, so I can't be sure it's really stable.) Another application that should have been included in the OS, but I understand that Apple doesn't, to sell more new Macs... :)
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Anonymous
22 November 2005
Version: 0.25e
I, too, experienced the same error(17535) when attempting to install iScroll using either Firefox or Camino, but had no problem when using Safari or Opera. iScroll is quite jerky and twitchy; I just can't get it to scroll smoothly at all. This app definitely needs more work. Side Track, however, is smooth as silk; it works much better than iScroll. However, Side Track offers no circular scrolling and costs $15.
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Anonymous
11 November 2005
Version: 0.25e
I get error 17535 when trying to unstuff it. Any ideas?
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5
Anonymous
04 November 2005
Version: 0.25e
Sensivity is sluggish after updating to OS X 10.4.3. I reinstalled iScroll and it now seems just as good as it was previous to the OS update.
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Anonymous
01 November 2005
Version: 0.25e
doesnt seem to work as well now with 10.4.3? maybe it's just me?
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5
Anonymous
23 October 2005
Version: 0.25e
Bravo ! excellent utility !
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5
Anonymous
04 October 2005
Version: 0.25e
This works. And well. Very good little plugin.
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4.25
Troy
10 September 2005
Version: 0.25e
(15" 1.25 GHz 512MB RAM) I am quite happy with this product. Works fine with me. Default settings were too fast, and tended to ask the GPU to scroll an image faster than it could be processed. I fixed that problem by turning down both the sensitivity and the speed, and as my preference, I disabled the circular scrolling. As an added bonus, the ctrl-click function (two fingers on the scroll pad and click the "mouse" button) works superbly. This was a wonderful add-on for those of us who always want to "keep up with the Joneses" in technology. And for those of us afraid to mess up their software or hardware, uninstalling is as simple as the click of one button. Scrolling through web pages has never been so simple on a Powerbook, and single-handed ctrl-clicking is very smooth.
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4.25
http://osgames.net
03 September 2005
Version: 0.25e
Another feature locked away by Apple. I'm sick and tired of these lockdowns. They took expanded desktop and two finger-trackpad aay from me. I've taken them both back. Unfortunately, the stability of this little snippety is questionable. Scrolling suddenly seemed to fail, and I attempted to adjust it in the Preference Panel. After moving the Sensitivity and Speed sliders a bit, my Kernel panicked, and I feel it's necessary to report. Nonetheless, an awsome produkt. Easy to use, lots of features, and definantley worth it.
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5
Anonymous
17 August 2005
Version: 0.25e
This is amazing. I can't live without it. (Note: I turned off horizontal and vertical scrolling and turned on circular scrolling. I LOVE circular scrolling!)
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5
A4
11 August 2005
Version: 0.25e
For everyone who wants the best performance for the trackpad. Fantastic tool better then some shareware. Thanks for keeping it FREE!
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4.75
Anonymous
02 August 2005
Version: 0.25e
This is better than the Sidetrack!
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4.75
Anonymous
30 July 2005
Version: 0.25e
Great and simple. Good job!
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qwerasdf
26 July 2005
Version: 0.25e
The new download link is located here: http://www-users.kawo2.rwth-aachen.de/~razzfazz/iscroll2/iScroll2-0.25/iScroll2-0.25e.pkg.zip
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Anonymous
26 July 2005
Version: 0.25e
Does this work on Tiger??
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Anonymous
23 July 2005
Version: 0.25e
the link to download is expired can you post another? i want to use this for my powerbookg4
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Anonymous
30 May 2005
Version: 0.25e
So, what are the reasons for this not supporting the PowerBook G3 Firewire?
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4.5
Anonymous
27 May 2005
Version: 0.25
When Maximum event rate is set to High, scrolling is perfect in Safari, but overscrolls in Camino, Firefox and Microsoft Word. When Maximum event rate is set to one notch below High, scrolling is good (doesn't overshoot) in Camino, Firefox and Microsoft Word, but is slower and more painstaking in Safari. I've tried adjusting other criteria, none have any significant effect. Is there a fix to this? I've unchecked Smooth scrolling in Firefox. I really love this and appreciate the work you've put in, Daniel. Just throwing this out there in case you had a brilliant solution to this. Thanks for an extremely useful app!
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4.5
Anonymous
26 May 2005
Version: 0.25
It does as advertised and works really well considering it's a pre-release. It also comes with an uninstaller built-in, so if anything goes wrong or you don't like it, it's easy to get rid of.
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Anonymous
26 May 2005
Version: 0.25
The installer won't let me select my hard drive under 10.3. Even though my hard drive appears to be selected, underneath it there is an exclamation mark in a red box with "You cannot install this software on this volume(null)" written beside it.
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Anonymous
15 May 2005
Version: 0.24
Regarding Tiger compatibility: There is an issue with iScoll2Daemon (which manages the driver's settings) and Tiger. If the daemon is started too early on in the boot process, it will cause a kernel panic in IOHIDSystem.kext. Please note that this is not even related to the iScroll2 kernel extension at all - the kext seems to work just fine on Tiger, but without the daemon, settings won't persist across reboots or user switching. As it stands right now, I recommend you only install iScroll2 versions up to 0.24 on Tiger if you know what you're doing and know what to do in case things go wrong (i.e. safe boot). My copy of Tiger finally arrived the other day, so I hope to be able to look into this matter shortly. Thanks for your patience and sorry for any inconvenience caused, Daniel
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4
Anonymous
08 May 2005
Version: 0.24
Kernel Panic here also. Booted using Safe Boot and uninstalled. Then reverted to 0.22.
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5
Anonymous
07 May 2005
Version: 0.24
Still wonderful, but I don't seem to be able to get 0.24 to scroll as smoothly at 0.22 did. Probably just me. Keep up the great work! Thanks, Wayne. OS-X 10.4.
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Anonymous
06 May 2005
Version: 0.24
I'm using Tiger and it works fine for me. Only problem is that I have to keep going into System Preferences every time I start up and click "load defaults" before it works again. It seems to "forget" that I'm using it. Any ideas? It may not necessarily be a problem with Iscroll2.
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Roberto Avanzi
06 May 2005
Version: 0.24
scrolling in 0.24 seems extremely slow with respect to 0.19 (the last version that worked correctly for me). Furthermore, this speed seems sometimes the same independently from the settings. Something is really wrong here. Roberto
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Anonymous
06 May 2005
Version: 0.24
0.24 works quite good for me... the only strange thing is that the Finder scroll much faster than other applications.... I'm using Tiger.
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2.5
Anonymous
05 May 2005
Version: 0.24
Tried it, but it broke my trackpad. I was able to use external mouse. Removed and all OK. TiBook 867Mhz, 10.4 (clean install) Hope it becomes useable for me in the future.
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Anonymous
05 May 2005
Version: 0.24
0.22 works great for me, no problem at all (under 10.4). Though 0.24 caused a kernel panic after installation and restart. The kernel panic happens at the begining of boot (at the gray screen with the apple). Brought back 0.22 and everything is fine. This problem happened on my iBook G4 under 10.4.
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4.75
Anonymous
05 May 2005
Version: 0.24
I was happy to discover that the startup bug with Tiger that previous versions had seems to be gone. 0.24 retains settings after a restart now and doesn't require changing settings to become active. Thanks for that!
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Anonymous
05 May 2005
Version: 0.22
Hi all, just a few words regarding the issues with 0.22: a) Why are the checkboxes for linear scrolling are not enabled? If you have a look at the website, you'll find that this is intentional, as you're supposed to make those changes in the Keyboard & Mouse pref pane (trackpad tab), not the iScroll2 one. (The "Please modify this val" string is a bug, but doesn't affect functionality.) b) Why don't the settings persist across reboots / user switching / ...? This seems to be because, for some reason, the iScroll2Daemon, which is responsible for managing the per-user settings, either fails to launch (via the iScroll2 StartupItem) or just crashes on Tiger, for reasons I don't know. If anybody has any idea where the problem might be, let me know. It seems to work just fine on Panther. And since my copy of Tiger still hasn't arrived (it's in the May ADC mailing), I am currently unable to investigate this. Again, if anyone has any hints or ideas as to what might be the issue here, do let me know so I can fix it. Until then, you can change any one setting in the iScroll2 pref pane after each reboot to load all settings to the driver. Sorry for the inconvenience, Daniel
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Anonymous
05 May 2005
Version: 0.22
I'm wondering how hard it is to make something remember the settings after you reboot, because I've seen requests for this feature on iScroll2 since it started getting released. I love this software, can't live without it now, but it gets so tiresome having to enable the scrolling every single time I turn on my computer. Please Mr. Developer, please fix this problem!
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Mbradsha
03 May 2005
Version: 0.22
With .22 version of iScroll2 with Fast User Switching enabled, whenever I switch to a different account the preferences are lost. iscroll2 reverts to the default settings (in all user accounts, even the original login). I'm using: 10.3.9 Powerbook G4 1.33 Ghz. It also reverts to the default after rebooting. .19 version is more stable and is absolutely a fantastic program!!!!
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3.75
Jvcortes
02 May 2005
Version: 0.22
the same here. After reboot i have to enable scrolling
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Anonymous
30 April 2005
Version: 0.22
Does not work very well for me in tiger. The "Enable" boxes for vertical and horizontal scrolling are greyed out in the iScroll2 preference pane. The only way to make it work is to press "Load Defaults" at the bottom of the window, but the settings are forgotten after rebooting. Developer, please fix.
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4.25
Anonymous
30 April 2005
Version: 0.22
I absolutely love the circular scrolling. Now the mouse stays at home and I can still scroll around in large documents. :-)
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5
Anonymous
30 April 2005
Version: 0.22
This program worked good enough on Panther for me to love it, and now it works just as well as my friend's new powerbooks double finger scrolling. Works perfectly on Tiger, thank you! Also, I do admire the new system preference pane, it is much nicer.
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5
Anonymous
29 April 2005
Version: 0.22
Works perferctly with TIGER! Even better and even smoother than in Panther. Thanks again Daniel! Great work!
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5
SupaPuerco
29 April 2005
Version: 0.22
Pretty much the greatest thing ever. Two finger scrolling, not a big deal, you say? Well, sir, it definitely is. Also, the two-finger right-click is super handy. Only real problem I found is that it would be nice to turn up the scroll speed a little more. (Original PB G4 17")
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Anonymous
29 April 2005
Version: 0.22
I've been using iScroll for about a month. I love it.I have a G4 and 2 finger scrolling up and down L to R is so easy
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4.5
Anonymous
28 April 2005
Version: 0.22
I also was suffering with over-accellerated scrolling after the last update. This seems to have fixed that. I'm a little confused though, about the greyed-out "Please modify this val" check-box under the scrolling tab of the prefpane. I can't, 'cause IT"S GREYED OUT!! ;) I love this app. I had been using SideTrack on my 1Ghz AlBook G4, but this is the best.
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Garvin
28 April 2005
Version: 0.22
vers. 0.22. better and better. i love it
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Anonymous
28 April 2005
Version: 0.22
After much troubleshooting and grief, installation of this program, in both versions .21 and .22, seems to have prevented my computer from booting up upon restart. As far as I can tell, it is a problem with the kext because when it is removed the problem goes away. I was also unable to transfer the kext file from one drive to another without the drive where it is installed freezing on me. I am running a 1.3gig powerbook g4 on OS 10.3.9. This was not a problem with .19.
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Anonymous
28 April 2005
Version: 0.22
Enable Horizontal and Vertical checkbox is greyed out. I am unable to use this awesome app. Any suggestions?
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Anonymous
28 April 2005
Version: 0.22
Works fine. PB 12" 1,33
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Anonymous
28 April 2005
Version: 0.22
MAJOR improvements over 0.21. Thank you! It's usable again, and one of the most highly valued installations on my PowerBook... ...but after multiple reinstalls and restarts, two oddities remain. 1.) The first checkbox under Vertical Scrolling is checked but greyed out (unselectable) and reads "Please modify this val". 2a.) I cannot enable Horizontal Scrolling within the iScroll2 pref pane. The "Enable" checkbox is greyed out and in a non-selected state. 2b.) If I select "Allow Horizontal Scrolling" in the Keyboard & Mouse pref pane, then the first checkbox under Horizontal Scrolling in iScroll2 also becomes checked, greyed out, reads "Please modify this val," and suddenly Circular Scrolling is enabled (I never use Circular Scrolling, and have never enabled it myself.) PB 15" 1.25GHz (03/2004), OS X 10.3.9
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Anonymous
28 April 2005
Version: 0.22
Awesome! Everything works perfectly fine right now! Thanks for the GREAT application Dan! Scrolling hasn't been easier ever since I installed iScroll2..
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4.5
Dce
28 April 2005
Version: 0.22
I can't fathom how I was able to get by for so long without this. While the ability to scroll is great, it's the transformation of the trackpad button into a right-click (while two fingers are resting on the pad) that has me hooked. It's an automatic two button mouse for free! Brilliant.
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4.25
Anonymous
28 April 2005
Version: 0.22
I love this app. One thing I have discovered is that your cursor (arrow) should be inside the area you want to scroll. i.e. if it is in the dock you can't scroll. With "ignore weaker axis" it now even allows me to have three fingers on the pad and still scroll. Actually that seems to work better than two, and the fingers don't have to be so critically aligned.
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Anonymous
27 April 2005
Version: 0.21
0.20 and 0.21 are unusable... 0.19 was very good. But the feature "Ignore weaker axis" never worked for me. Please fix it, it's a good driver.
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Anonymous
27 April 2005
Version: 0.21
Not as good as version 0.19. The page I'm scrolling is all over the place even when I lift off my fingers. The speed seems to be too fast. It's all messed up.
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Anonymous
27 April 2005
Version: 0.21
Reverting to 0.19 after my next restart. (Already had to restart and reinstall to get it running as well as it is now, which isn't well at all.) I loved it before, all the way back to 0.7, but 0.21 is virtually unusable for me under 10.3.9 (PB 15" 1.25GHz). My complaints: 1.) Terrible overscroll. Renders precision scrolling impossible, especially in Finder windows. 2.) Horizontal scrolling triggers on a whim in bi-directionally scrollable Finder windows, even with the difficulty of triggering horizontal scrolling set to maximum. 3.) I don't like having the feature set split up between two different pref panes. Not sure if this is intended to be more consistent with Apple's approach or what, but it just means more effort with no clear gain for me. Looking forward to future spins, but taking a pass on 0.21.
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Chipster
27 April 2005
Version: 0.21
Not working in 10.3.9. No preferences in mouse pane.
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Anonymous
26 April 2005
Version: 0.21
just installed .21 and it is totally non functional on my ibook G4 1.33. Not a flame, but i uninstalled and went back to .19
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4.25
Anonymous
26 April 2005
Version: 0.21
The scrolling behavior seems very different in 10.4 as compared to 10.3.8. (I don't recall the version number I was using in 10.3.8). Scrolling is much faster, really quite too fast and feels too responsive to even minor brushes with the fingertips. When I stop moving the mouse, the scrollbar continues to move, leading to overscroll. Ack ... I hate overscroll. Still a great utility. Now all we need is the ability to fine tune both speed and overscroll.
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4.25
Anonymous
26 April 2005
Version: 0.21
I too had iScroll not working after the update to 0.21 . Running the installer a second time made it spring back to life.
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Ronji
26 April 2005
Version: 0.21
Re: pewvious post below. O.K., I just found version .19 on your web site and reinstalled it. No problem.
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Anonymous
26 April 2005
Version: 0.21
I just installed .21 after uninstalling .20. Scrolling is spastic and inaccurate. Until all the bugs in .20 and higher are fixed, I'd like to stick with .19, but I can't figure out how to reinstall it. Is there a stand-alone .19 that i can access?
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Jean-Louis-Dujardin
26 April 2005
Version: 0.21
The fact is that it does'nt work at all on my G4 Powerbook (july 2004, OSX 10.3.9). I got the pkg thing, clicked on it. It did the installation all alone. I restarted and it don't work. If you have a tip, I would be gratefull/JL.
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Anonymous
26 April 2005
Version: 0.20
Note to all 0.20 users: If scrolling doesnt't work for you at all, please make sure that 'turn off linear scrolling' on the circular scrolling tab is unchecked. 0.20 has a bug that causes this option to take effect even when circular scrolling isn't enabled at all. 0.21, which I just uploaded, should fix this, and brings some other small improvements as well (notably slower scrolling speed). Sorry for the inconvenience.
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Anonymous
26 April 2005
Version: 0.20
This version, .20, causes twitchy, very hyper, inaccurate scrolling. can't regulate scrolling speed. I downloaded .20 and installed it over .19. I then uninstalled it and redownloaded /reinstalled .20, but the problems remain. Version .19 worked just fine, but .20 is a major disappointment. How can I redownload .19? Sadly, as .20 now stands, I just wouldn't use it. I'm using a 17" Powerbook 1.5gHz w/OS 10.2.9.
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Torben
26 April 2005
Version: 0.20
Doesn't work on my G4 iBook 1.2 12", running 10.4, clean install.
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Anonymous
26 April 2005
Version: 0.20
does not work on my IBook - .19 worked fine - IBook G4 1.33ghz 10.3.9
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Anonymous
26 April 2005
Version: 0.20
0.20 doesn't work on my iBook (933 Mhz) 0.19 were fantastic!
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baba1
26 April 2005
Version: 0.20
New version (.20) doesn't work on my iBook G4. Looking for a way to revert back to .19. I love the Pref Pane. Hope it is fixed soon.
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Anonymous
21 April 2005
Version: 0.19
When will it become available for Tiger?
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Anonymous
21 April 2005
Version: 0.19
Very very nice tool. It changed my mac. Many thanks.
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5
Anonymous
14 April 2005
Version: 0.19
Absolutly fabulous! Thank you! Suggestion for future release: Hot corners on the trackpad for expose!
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Anonymous
09 April 2005
Version: 0.19
wow ... what an excellent utility .. thanx a lot Daniel!!
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Anonymous
06 April 2005
Version: 0.19
I waited for the revisions to slow down a little before trying iScroll2 out. So far it works just as advertised. The first time I tried it out, I thought it was having some problems scrolling. It turns out that my problem was due to Firefox's custom mousewheel settings (accessible in the about:config page). Once I figured out why my Firefox scrolling was so erratic, I've been using iScroll2 fulltime. I was trying out SideTrack before, but iScroll 2 has all the functionality that I need (trackpad scrolling and simulating a right-click) and it's free. This is a must for newer iBook G4 owners.
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Anonymous
29 March 2005
Version: 0.19
iScroll is a great application that brings two-finger scrolling to older machines. However, there is one feature present in the new PowerBooks that iScroll still lacks. With the new PowerBooks, it doesn't matter how your fingers are oriented - horizontally, vertically, or at any angle - the PowerBooks will still scroll appropriately. iScroll does not yet support this neat feature, but I hope they soon will. iScroll is nonetheless a great addition to any Mac!
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Anonymous
23 March 2005
Version: 0.19
I wish I'd known about iScroll2 when I bought my dang iBook! What a wonderful product: it integrated with my iBook mousepad settings seamlessly. And it works.
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qwerasdf
18 March 2005
Version: 0.19
Friggin' awesome! Works flawlessly, with customizable scroll speed and everything. I'll be donating to the author within the next few weeks. 5 stars!
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Anonymous
16 March 2005
Version: 0.19
Does the 1st edition PB 867 12" not support W-Enhanced mode? If so I'm mightily upset...
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Anonymous
15 March 2005
Version: 0.19
Fantastic app with great cust support. Good job, Daniel!
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  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later

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