Like the title says, natural scroll is not working on my Toshiba Kira trackpad. Oddly enough, it was working out of the box on the live system. After I finished the installation, it was gone. I am using GNOME.
I read some guide on Arch wiki how to set it up, and I edited /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/50-synaptics.conf, set VertScrollDelta and HorizScrollDelta to have negative values. Rebooted, no good. Values did make the impact on scroll speed, but not on direction.
I looked up in dconf for org > gnome > settings-daemon > peripherals > touchpad, to check natural-scroll, and there is no touchpad under peripherals.
I looked up gconf for /desktop/gnome/peripherals/touchpad/, but yet again, there is no touchpad key.
Finally, I used synclient to set those values and see if it will work. It was working. But synclient sets it up only for a current session, so when I rebooted, those settings are lost. Note, I have the exact same settings in 50-synaptics.conf.
Any idea how to make this permanent?