Currently Being ModeratedJul 30, 2012 1:15 AM (in response to Surface2Core)
maybe the settings file is corrupted and its not reading from it correctly there is a way to fix this if this is the problem you are having
try this :
Quit System Preferences (force quit if necessary.)
In the Finder, hold down the option key and select Go > Library from the menu bar. From the Library folder, delete the following item:
Relaunch System Preferences while holding down the shift key.
Currently Being ModeratedAug 1, 2012 1:35 AM (in response to Surface2Core)
Thanks allot guys for your effort in answering my query. Anyhow i already found out whats causing that problem. Its because i accidentally "uncheck" the settings for enabling the "inertia". Disabling the "Scrolling with Inertia" on the "trakpad option" will cause the two finger gestures scroll to be disable on all application, but in the launched pad, you can still use the 3 finger swipe to scrool between apps pages. You can find that option in the "Accessibility". I think its a lesson learned for me.