Natural scrolling using ".Xmodmap":
pointer = 1 2 3 5 4 7 6 8 9 10 11 12 doesn't work anymore in 12.04 on some Ubuntu-specific apps like the Software Center, settings window, and update-center. Under what package should I report the bug?
I'm horribly late to this, but I just finished writing a guide which could help you or anyone passing by. If you still have this problem, that is.
The gist of it is that you need to get your touchpad's ID with the
I have this in a shell script set to run on login, along with commands to restart nautilus, which may or may not work for you (it's in the linked blog post).
I suppose the best way to do this is by using dconf-editor:
You may need to install dconf-editor first, by executing
This will only reverse the scroll direction of the touchpad, not of an external mouse.
Here's a screenshot of dconf-editor after making changes:
Bug #949465 is a similar-sounding duplicate which was reported for natural scrolling in Nautilus. It's filed against the
Either that, or may want to try filing bugs against the packages for all affected windows. For example, the packages for the software you have listed above would be:
You can report bugs against any of these by running