Asked 7 years, 2 months ago. Active 6 years, 8 months ago. Viewed 42k times. How do I get this option on Mountain Lion? Menu icon Just like in the old The keyboard shortcut is very good If not, you're out of luck. CarlosTheBadger I tried your tips but the icon appear for a second and then disappear again. Now that it is available through a menu, you could map a shortcut key to it. Still, a functional menu would actually be useful. The Displays. Pretty lame, actually. The menubar option is not available anymore. What I find missing is being able to quickly change the resolution.
This is too many steps now and I don't understand what motivation Apple had for removing the menubar icon. However, once it was explained above- use two fingers instead of one to scroll- I love it already! So much more convenient than clicking and scrolling.
The scroll bar comes up automatically and shows where I am in the document. The Apple design team can occasionally be totally clueless. How the he11 these kinds of decisions are made escapes me. I been on and off my Mac all day and everytime I have to scroll is adventure. How frustrating! This has made my day!!
Thank you so much for this. I never thought of looking having been frustrated without them for so long! So pleased to have them back! The disappearing scrollbars is the biggest, most inefficient waste of time! Thanks again! Can you tell me how to get the info box in the bottom of the file folders that existed prior to Lion. It used to tell you how many items were in the folder. Thanks for your help. I found it annoying when in a chat client. If I scrolled up to copy something to another window and came back not remembering if I scrolled up or not. I had to scroll to see if I was already at the bottom.
Glad to see the scroll bar. Terrible terrible choice to hide the scroll bar in general, let alone by default. I would be fine with the scrollbars not appearing until hovered over or panning begins, but it rarely if ever works and I primarily use a stylus and wacom tablet. I also cannot change this. When I change it in box, then close it, it reverts back to all of the defaults.
How can I change this? The feature works the same whether scroll bars are visible or not. Horizontal scrolling works with most native and cocoa apps, although some apps are pickier […]. Having just purchased my lovely new MacBook Pro and having been used to Microsoft Windows for years, personally I believe the scrollbars default on all new Macs should be that they are visible — it simply makes it easier for us new users.
My initial thoughts when I first tried scrolling was that the Mac was crap, but thankfully this excellent resource made it all very clear. A […]. Using the scrollbar without arrows is a pain.
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Can we make the scroll bars wider and blue like they were on older Macs — I find the narrow grey ones horrible. Thank you very much for the tip. After all this, I decided to format and go back to Snow Leopard. I hope someone builds a 3rd party version of spaces for Lion because eventually I will be forced to get it makes me sad.
Makes me wonder if the guys at Apple are actually thinking about developers when they build this stuff. I agree. It is getting more and more annoying as Apple rolls out each version. They are not thinking for developers. Functional values are equally important as aesthetic values. This time, fortunately, Apple allows a toggle selection in preferences. Think of one day they will not give any options! Just recently Year , we discover Photos does not display file name any more and there is no option to toggle it on!
Apple said that you could enter title for each photo. I have 50K of photos and the file name represents the inventory number. I have to re-enter them all! Return the arrows together at both the top and bottom of the scroll bar the change is a form of elder abuse. The older people who use the mac are extremely irritated and upset at this change they have not changed to the new stile of mouse and have a gustier that involves one finger for apple.
I might not be in the age group but I agree with them and give apple the same Gustier. The way they reversed the scrolling direction of wheel mice, and hid the scrollbars by default is pretty cheeky. But I still give Apple some Gustier too whatever that is! Oh yeah! Any way to do that? The scrollbars are there to give the user a clue.
It can tell you if there is information not currently visible on the screen. Without the scrollbars, you must always try to scroll. This is silly and a waste of time. I prefer the scroll bars to be always visible, definitely on my MacBook Air. Name required. Mail will not be published required. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction without explicit permission is prohibited. Mac User says:. July 9, at pm. Charlie Herda says:. October 2, at pm.
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