I might be crazy, but I could have sworn that in earlier versions of OS X, 360-degree scrolling behaved differently from the way it currently does... Before, I thought, it was like thisIf you started scrolling vertically, you would be locked into a vertical scroll; if you started scrolling horizontally, you would be locked into a horizontal scroll. If you started scrolling diagonally, on the other hand, you would have 360-degree freedom to pan the page or image below the screen naturally. Now, the latter behavior seems to be defaultthere's no way to lock-in vertical scrolling. I liked the old way because if you had a web page zoomed in, you could scroll down naturally while reading without accidentally pushing the image off to the side if you accidentally didn't move your fingers in a perfectly straight line. Does anybody know what I'm talking about? Is there a way to change this setting?