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I would like to do the following thing: scroll down with three fingers => windows presentation from all Desktops (equivalent to Ctrl+F10).

The question is "How can I do it?" :)

I have (quite) understood how to link the mouse gestures with programs (quite, because I could not even get kate start).

Although I totally did not understand how to link the fact that I want it with three fingers (3 fingers tapping is actually associated to the middle mouse button) and I did not understand how to pass the command of windows presentation.

Thanks in advance for any help!

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Hi, do you mean something like this: OS X-like multitouch gestures As you can see near the end of the tutorial, you can configure touchegg by editing the code. You can change how many fingers, direction and type (i.e <gesture type="DRAG" fingers="3" direction="DOWN">) and what action is used (i.e <action type="SEND_KEYS">Control+F10</action>.......Hope it Helps –  BiggJJ Jul 5 '13 at 20:24
    
I do not know anything about OS X, but when trying to use touchegg I get a lot of errors of not attended token near "newline". Do you know what that mean? –  dadexix86 Jul 5 '13 at 20:58
    
This isn't anything to do with OS X, it more a description of what the package does. I haven't used really touchegg myself. Do you get this error after trying to add you gesture in? Also, How is the error presenting its self? terminal? pop up? –  BiggJJ Jul 5 '13 at 21:03
    
Ok, after a reboot the error stops showing up (it was in terminal, when launching the program) but the gestures are not working. Now I try to reboot again, maybe they will ;) –  dadexix86 Jul 5 '13 at 21:11
    
If the errors or gestures down work, try removing it and installing it from the Software center. Just to make sure it is ~/.config/touchegg/touchegg.conf you are editing? –  BiggJJ Jul 5 '13 at 21:17

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