Re: RFP: WayV -- gesture based user interface
On Sun, Sep 10, 2000 at 09:12:35PM +0000, Hamish Moffatt wrote:
> > 2. Initially some programs that work by extending the functionality of
> > the mouse to allow gestures to represent actions, i.e. draw a C and
> > xcalc starts, draw an N and Netscape starts, etc.
> I maintain a package called libstroke0 which is a free
> library that emulates this. The gEDA GPL electronics CAD suite
> (alpha software) has support for it. There are patches
> for an old version of FVWM available too -- you can use
> strokes to do things. I had N for Netscape, D for delete
> a window, downwards stroke for a new xterm, etc.
WayV does currently basically the same thing the
FVWM patches did, but with any window manager etc.
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