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Im using Ubuntu 18 with Gnome and I had configured a three finger swipe up to Show Windows Overview with my previous version with Unity but Im unable to do it here.

Ive installed easyStroke but that doesnt seem to have such a feature. What elese can I do to achieve this.

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https://askubuntu.com/a/1044184/846886

The solution using fusuma works well (answered above).

First add yourself to the "input" group and log out/log back in:

sudo gpasswd -a $USER input

Install all pre-requisite packages:

sudo apt install libinput-tools xdotool ruby

Install fusuma gem:

sudo gem install fusuma

Create a configuration file as your user:

mkdir -p ~/.config/fusuma
gedit ~/.config/fusuma/config.yml

Paste the following as an example config:

swipe:
  3: 
    left: 
      command: 'xdotool key alt+Left'
    right: 
      command: 'xdotool key alt+Right'
    up: 
      command: 'xdotool key super+s'
    down: 
      command: 'xdotool key super+l'
  4:
    left: 
      command: 'xdotool key super+Left'
    right: 
      command: 'xdotool key super+Right'
    up: 
      command: 'xdotool key super+a'
    down: 
      command: 'xdotool key super+s'
pinch:
  in:
    command: 'xdotool key ctrl+plus'
  out:
    command: 'xdotool key ctrl+minus'

threshold:
  swipe: 1
  pinch: 1

interval:
  swipe: 1
  pinch: 1

Enable fusuma to start automatically:

fusuma auto start

More at the fusuma github page

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