How To Get Macbook Touchpad Gestures On Linux

How To Get Macbook Touchpad Gestures On Linux

Linux has really great device support. With each release, new drivers are added to the kernel. From touch-pads, to wireless cards, and even fingerprint scanners. Unfortunately, even though devices are well supported, the platform lags far behind other operating systems when it comes to modern uses of track-pads, click-pads and the like. For years, Linux users have wanted to have a more modern touch/gesture experience that Mac users enjoy. Many projects have attempted to mimic the Macbook touchpad gestures on Linux but the best, most universal way to get Mac-like touch gestures for laptops is by installing Touchegg. It’s a program that allows users to add individual gestures to the Linux platform.

See instructions how to set it up at http://bit.ly/2lVdbDd or watch a short video on its configuration at https://youtu.be/1Ek4QaFQ1qo


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