Not sure why it's not showing in your GUI. I have the same version and it shows. However, I know for sure that the registry fix I posted above works regardless of version. Give that a shot.
I was having the same issue. My gui is like yours and does not show "Reverse Scrolling" as an option. I tried to change the registry key, but found that this registry key did not exist. I created a new registry key as ejames13 suggested:
Create a new DWORD named 'InvertScrollFlag' and set it to 3 for inverted scrolling and 0 for normal scrolling.
Even though the purpose of this thread is to turn off inverted scrolling, I actually used this method to turn it on. Once you use a tablet for a while, you get accustomed to swiping up to go down.
Hi ejames13, I have a brand new 6430u and tried your tip in the registry to invert the 2 fingers scrolling. But unfortunately it doesn't work. I've got a French windows 7 Pro. Do you think it could be the origin.
Even in the others registry (Local machine) it doesn't work.
Thanks for your support.
I think I found the solution to your issue re: all users:
I have two keys, "Appoint" and "Appoint_Default". These two keys appear to contain the same entries / values. I had to change the appropriate values in BOTH sections. It then worked for a new user. I don't know if it would work for an existing user.
I think whatever is in the "Appoint_Default" section overwrites the "Appoint" section at login. Seems like a strange way to design it.
This is flat-out the correct answer to this problem. Well done, good sir!
If only there was a registry edit that made the ALPS pad's overall functionality and user experience as smooth and effective as Apple's...
Oh my goodness! Thank you! I just switched from a Mac to a Dell at work, and I had reversed the Mac scrolling on that trackpad, and I was incredibly frustrated that I couldn't do it on the Dell. The registry fix worked. For those that don't know how to change the registry key, I found this on Microsoft's support site: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/136393