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Old 27th April 2011, 06:58 AM
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Touchegg for Fedora

Does anyone know if there are plans to port Touchegg or something similar to Fedora? I currently have a ThinkPad, Macbook and Macbook Pro with Fedora installed, all of which have Synaptic touchpads that support multi-touch gestures. Touchegg is a great utility for configuring multi-touch functionality, but it is only available for *buntu.


Fedora 14 support for multi-touch is limited and only supports two finger gestures. It would be nice to have three / four finger gestures and the ability to link them to certain actions, especially in Gnome 3 (a necessity for productivity and ability to quickly switch back and forth between multiple instances of a single program, i.e. four different instances of Firefox, each with multiple tabs open). We need something like compiz Present Windows for this linked to a four finger gesture because of the removal of Gnome panel.
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