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===Step Three - Configure===
 
===Step Three - Configure===
  
Click <menuchoice>Settings</menuchoice>, and enable <menuchoice>Gestures</menuchoice>.  The default mousebutton is set to "2" (mouse wheel).  You can choose <menuchoice>3<menuchoice> (right button) if you prefer it.  
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Click <menuchoice>Settings</menuchoice>, and enable <menuchoice>Gestures</menuchoice>.  The default mousebutton is set to "2" (mouse wheel).  You can choose <menuchoice>3</menuchoice> (right button) if you prefer it.  
  
 
===Special Case===
 
===Special Case===

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Mousegestures for all Browsers

Have you never used mousegestures? Read Mousegestures for all Browsers to learn more.

Step One - download the gestures file

Click here to download browsergestures.khotkeys file.(requires KDE SC 4.3 or later)

Currently supported applications:

  • Konqueror
  • Firefox
  • Opera
  • Arora
  • Rekonq
  • Chromium
  • Chrome Browser
  • Dolphin
  • Kontact

Step Two - Import the downloaded file

Import the file you downloaded, using System Settings -> Input Action -> Edit -> Import..... ->import browsergestures.khotkeys.

Mousegestures1.png

Step Three - Configure

Click Settings, and enable Gestures. The default mousebutton is set to "2" (mouse wheel). You can choose 3 (right button) if you prefer it.

Special Case

Opera :Because Opera has its own mousegestures, you can delete Opera in the conditions tab

Mousegestures2.png

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