Want to customize those gestures on your MacBook Air or MacBook Pro? Well, now you can do just that with an application called MultiClutch. MultiClutch allows you to assign keyboard gestures associated to a specific program to a gesture on the touchpad.
MultiClutch works by installing a simple input manager that will catch a gesture events, looks to see what shortcut you’ve defined for it in the frontmost app (if you haven’t defined anything, it behaves in the standard manner), and performs that shortcut.
Sounds kind of cool and it adds another level of Ã¢â‚¬Ëœtouch’ to the Mac platform. Maybe a developer with a Dell XT will get something like this for us non Mac touch users?
Source – JKontherun
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