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How do I fix scrolling issues on macOS Ventura?

I have had an M1 Macbook Air since it launched and enjoyed my time using it. However, I just got on vacations and I'm starting to use it more at home, where I can use my PC peripherals. I have a Logitech G203 but there are quite a few things that bother me with the mouse settings:

  • Scrolling is synced between trackpad and mouse, so one of them is gonna feel unnatural for me.
  • Same scrolling isn't smooth, I don't know if what I want is acceleration, but it's just skipping a lot on the screen.
  • Sometimes it doesn't even go where I want it to go, if I scroll one way it seems to randomly go to the opposite direction.

Overall these are just scrolling issues, no problems with tracking and buttons, but I can't find any program to fix these things, not even Logitech G HUB has any fixes. If you do find a program to help with these I'll be grateful. Thanks in advance!!!

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macOS Ventura is still in beta, and issues should be expected when running beta software. It's not even in the public beta phase yet, so there's even more of a chance for issues with the developer beta. 

 

Unless you know what you're doing and need to use macOS Ventura right now I'd suggest going back to macOS Monterey. 

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57 minutes ago, BondiBlue said:

macOS Ventura is still in beta, and issues should be expected when running beta software. It's not even in the public beta phase yet, so there's even more of a chance for issues with the developer beta. 

 

Unless you know what you're doing and need to use macOS Ventura right now I'd suggest going back to macOS Monterey. 

Oh yeah I did put I use Ventura but in reality it is a problem everyone sees with their mouse if it's not the Apple Magic Mouse. I have seen this issue since I got my Mac with macOS Big Sur, but since I was out on school most of the time it didn't affect me, until now.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Not sure if your issues are beta related (unless you are a mac dev, there is no reason to go beta).

 

Not related to mouse, but as a general mac usage suggestion - macOS is better with a trackpad. It is a great tool if you learn all gestures.

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