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Xtreme Mouse Gestures


KDE Improvement

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Submitted:  Apr 12 2008
Updated:  Apr 12 2008


This is an old app I\'m using on wine, it\'s called Pop-Mouse.
I want to share my experiences to you, because this is a BIG improvement to my daily KDE use.

here\'s my blog address where is all info about this.

(Sorry spanish) But video in english.

blog entry: http://enzobelmont.blogspot.com/2008/04/una-aplicacin-muy-til-pop-mouse.html

video: http://enzobelmont.googlepages.com/pop-mouse.avi

thanks in advance.


As Pop-Mouse\'s developer company (Pointix) are not around anymore since several years ago, I think this is abandonware, and we can use freely.

I used Crossover 6.2 to make it run. I Think wine can handle it.

If former Pointix Inc. guys are out there, please contact me.

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 Really cool

 by MAKId on: Apr 12 2008
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This app is great, hope to see it implemented in KDE4 with plasma or krunner. Could share code with kmousetool i think.

Software is like sex, it's better when it's free.
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 by joh6nn on: Apr 12 2008
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i'm not sure i see the point to this; what does this do that KDE's gestures don't already?

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 Re: redundant?

 by enzobelmont on: Apr 13 2008
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kde gestures need a click to work, pop-mouse just needs mouse movements, with no clicks; and its sensibility is adjustable.

One more thing: pop-mouse have more menus, there is a task manager, copy+paste tables, a little countdown clock,etc.

sorry my english...
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 Re: redundant?

 by nescius on: Jan 27 2009
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there are none, KDE4 has something like configuration for hotkeys, but the original code of khotkeysd was not rewriten for the 4 yet.

This is something I need for work. obviously a reason to stick with 3.5 untill it gets implemented, the current development version of KDE 4.3 still lacks the feature.

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 Re: Re: redundant?

 by supermadman on: Aug 30 2009
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It's available in KDE 4.3. I'm using it and loving it. :D

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