Please don't let this ticket die.  It amounts to one new setting and one
new line (of pseudo-code):

    onScroll() {
      if (someSetting) return; // new line
      doNormalScrollThing();
    }

and would remove some *really* annoying behavior.

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https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/39328

Title:
  Disable scrolling on window list to flip through windows

Status in GNOME Panel:
  Invalid
Status in One Hundred Papercuts:
  Invalid
Status in libwnck:
  Confirmed
Status in libwnck package in Ubuntu:
  Triaged

Bug description:
  On a laptop track pad, it's really easy to accidentally use the
  "scrolling goes through windows" feature of the new g-p. I believe
  this would warrant disabling the functionality (maybe only if a
  trackpad is detected? is this doable?) or at least offering an option
  to do so.

  As a workaround, you can install packages from the following PPA that were 
compiled with the “scrolling on task list” feature disabled.
  https://launchpad.net/~libwnck-noscroll/+archive/ppa

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