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MultiClutch: assign keyboard shortcuts to gestures

updated 10:05 am EST, Mon March 3, 2008

MultiClutch gesture app

Developer Will Henderson recently unveiled a beta of MultiClutch"In honor of the new multitouch-equipped Macbook Pros, I'm going to make [MultiClutch] public in hopes that others will find it useful," said Henderson on his blog. "Want swipes to change tabs in Safari? Done. The same in iChat? Done. Want zoom-in to open emails in Mail, zoom-out to close windows in every app, and a swipe down to bring up Quicksilver? Done done done."




by MacNN Staff

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  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    It's Great, BUT...

    This little app is great, but it's not perfect. To get itunes to work with it, I need to press the Help menu and close it. But Adobe CS3 doesn't use respond at all!
    Swipe back to undo and swipe forward to redo would be genius. Not to mention zooming in and out.

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