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I have just installed ubuntu-gnome-16.04 flavor on my notebook and am quite pleased with it.
But natural scrolling was not really working. I have followed some answers on these questions:
- Enable natural scrolling on ubuntu 17.04 with gnome-shell
- Reverse two finger scroll direction (natural scrolling)?
- How to enable natural scrolling with mouse in 17.04?
xserver-xorg-input-libinput, this answer in particular gave me what I wanted, but only until I reboot. How can I make this permanent?
Why this is not a duplicate:
I am not looking for a way to run this command every time I boot ubuntu. I am looking for a proper way of change the settings without the need to run this command arbitrarily every time I boot. Specially, I am trying to avoid putting this command to change a setting anywhere it doesn't belong. I had previously managed to make it work by making the command run on by appending it to
~/.bashrc. But leaving it there felt unnatural. Maybe I am wrong, but I have the feeling this is not the proper place to make this setting change even if it does work