Using two-fingered scrolling on the trackpad has become second nature to me as a former user of OS X.
I made the switch recently to Ubuntu 18.04 and am surprised to find how difficult two-fingered scrolling is here.
Any two-fingered movement is 'captured' by the horizontal scroll box and scrolls that box left and right, rather than scrolling the page up and down.
This is particularly acute in environments like Jupyter Notebook where boxes are regularly wider than they are tall.
I don't want to disable horizontal scrolling altogether, since it does have valid use cases. But where the box under the cursor doesn't scroll vertically, the default should be to scroll the page instead.
Do I have any options here? Seems to me like this should work out of the box.
I'm on an HP Pavilion laptop with Ubuntu 18.04.