I use the natural (reverse) scrolling option for the touchpad.
From time to time, it goes back to default.
I don't know why. Maybe because I have a bluetooth mouse connected and it is NOT using natural scrolling, and it messes it up?
It seems to be KDE related as it works fine (with mouse connected too) on XFCE and Gnome
edit: I do believe it has something to do with the bluetooth mouse.
computer comes back up from sleep
touchpad works in natural mode
bluetooth blinks frantically and connects to mouse (often fails and I have to redetect bluetooth adapter)
as soon as mouse is reconnected, scrolling goes back to default
If I go to mouse settings and enable natural scrolling BEFORE going back to the trackpad settings, trackpad will go back to natural scrolling mode
The 2 devices are not always synced either, I can have one using each mode, but on wake from sleep the mouse seems to override the touchpad somehow.
Sorry for the blabbering, don't know what is relevant
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