So, I've been dealing with Ubuntu and other Debian-based distros for a while and kinda like Crunchbang. But I've been also noticing that Ubuntu (as well as LMDE) comes with that fancy/nice/eyecandy feature called "smooth scrolling" (not just in Firefox/Chrome, I'm referring to the system-wide scrolling experience).
I want to have it in Crunchbang as well. I've been searching the web for documentation about the feature for weeks, but I can't find anything! I could just understand (and I'm not even sure) that smooth scrolling has to do with GTK+ (and Synaptics driver perhaps?), and nothing else.
To make it clear, I'm referring to the same difference between scrolling in WinXP (commonly 3 or 5 lines at time) with a mouse wheel and scrolling in OSX with their clickpads (where it is more like swiping on a touchscreen).
If it is of any importance, I'm running Crunchbang in a Samsung Series 9, with an Elantech clickpad.
Could you please help me find the way to learn more? Or do you know any guide to get it working in Crunchbang?