Discussion in 'polls' started by malexous, Jul 11, 2011.
No I don't use them.
If I'm in the middle of something and the battery in the mouse dies I tend to momentarily think the the PC has frozen until I realise the mouse has died. I tend to gesture at the mouse at this point b4 rummaging for another AA battery.
Yes. FireGestures in Firefox (addon).
For Chrome YES. (Really useful and speeds up my browsing experience a LOT, specially when i use the keyboard at the same time)
For other browsers NO.
For laptops i LOOOOOVE multitouch!! The best thing for a browser after the physical mouse. Without multitouch surfing the web with a track pad SUUUUUUUUX
No i am not a fan of installing too many addons on browser
anything that can help saves times is welcome.
plus, how many miles does your mouse needlessly travel every day?
why reach the keyboard when my hand is already on the mouse?
I use MyIE2 and it has several gestures configured for my mouse but i only use a few of them..
1) Double clicking a tab closes it
Thats about the only gesture i use thats listed in "Mouse Gestures"
i just installed this little beauty called Just Gestures:
i was using mouse gestures in Chrome but i wanted to try one that can be used for Windows as well.
Just Gestures removes the limitations of using Chrome extensions for this task.
plus it can be used with any Windows app!
here's a few ones i use with Chrome.
these can speed up your browsing considerably.
Backward = alt + left arrow
Forward = alt + right arrow
Previous Tab = ctrl + page up
Next Tab = ctrl + page down
New Tab = ctrl + t
Close Tab = ctrl + w
Undo/Reopen Close Tab = ctrl + shift + t
-Close Other Tabs-
Reload = F5
Stop Loading = Escape
Full Screen = F11
Page Top = Home
Page Bottom = End
I'm using all-in-one gestures for firefox and opera build-in mouse gestures. Can not live without them.
You need an extension for this? It should be built in.
who else beside Opera has built-in mouse gestures?
anyway, i'm using mouse gestures globally now, not just for Chrome.
some global actions are also used by Chrome, of course.
i have 3 more gestures for Chrome only not shown on the pic.
here's a screenie of my setup:
I think K-Meleon does/did.....
I was referring to these:
These are common keyboard shortcuts.
i know, but i use mouse gestures to trigger them.
sometime i use strokeIt
but i miss one feature
do you know a mouse gesture program that let me run action with an hotkeys+gesture?
hotkey + gestures.
do you mean like you have to push a key on your keyboard to enable mouse gesture first?
sorry i don't know.
there is no keyboard modifier for Just Gestures, it's all mouse.
yeah I use mouse gestures in firefox....
No, never have.
but moontan do you know what i 'm looking for ?
a program that can hangle the intensity of the gesture
for example a gesture like -> could be a hotkey like (+)
a gesture like -> but made so ----------> could be like more then 1 hotkey but several hotkeys for example(++++)
i use sometime strokeit but it has this feature
do you know a program that can do it?
if you're using Linux there's Easy Stroke.
there's a whole bunch of advanced features i'm not using so it might be in there. lol
i looking for windows
Yup,its,i dunno why its so under rated!
thats one of the reasons why i have been using opera for the past 6 years.
Yes I use them in Opera and XYplorer. Can recommend StrokeIt.
I used to .......but not now.......
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