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    Multitouch Mouse/trakpad Gestures

    Hi, I'm slightly new to the Ubuntu world, having recently installed Linux Mint, I am very happy with it. But one thing that my windows partition still trumps LM over is the use of my trackpad.

    I'm on an Asus U50A laptop, it supports multitouch gestures with the trackpad, everything from 2-finger scrolling to a 3-finger swipe for "back" in Windows Explorer and Internet browsers. The 2-finger scrolling worked automatically in LM, but I'd really like the other gestures back. I can even use the 2-finger tap "scroll click" and the 3-finger tap "secondary click"... but not "back."

    I've been trying to figure out Easystroke, but am either doing it completely wrong or it is not able to do what I want.

    Does anyone know of a way to recreate the mulitouch gestures that I had in W7? (3-finger swipes, horizontal scrolling (2-finger))

    Thank you for your time!

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    Unhappy Re: Multitouch Mouse/trakpad Gestures

    So, is that a no?

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    Re: Multitouch Mouse/trakpad Gestures

    Be patient man, don't expect everything to be solved right away.

    Your same issue has been discussed here

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.p...tures+touchpad

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