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[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mouse_gesture Mousegestures] for all Browsers
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'''Mousegestures for all Browsers''' provides premade set of mouse gestures for basic operations in many file and web browsers.
  
click [http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php/Mousegestures+for+all+Browsers?content=109576 here] to download browsergestures.khotkeys file.(requires KDE SC 4.3 or later)
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Have you never used mousegestures?  Read [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mouse_gesture Mousegestures] to learn about them in general. See [[System_Settings/Shortcuts_and_Gestures#Mouse_Gestures]] for them in KDE.
  
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== Installation and usage == <!--T:3-->
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===Step One - download the gestures file===
  
- Konqueror
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Click [http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php/Mousegestures+for+all+Browsers?content=109576 here] to download browsergestures.khotkeys file.(requires KDE SC 4.3 or later)
  
- Firefox
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Currently supported applications:
  
- Opera
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* Konqueror
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* Firefox
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* Opera
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* Arora
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* Rekonq
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* Chromium
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* Chrome Browser
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* Dolphin
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* Kontact
  
- Arora
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===Step Two - Import the downloaded file=== <!--T:7-->
  
- Rekonq
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Import the file you downloaded, using <menuchoice>System Settings -> Input Action -> Edit -> Import...</menuchoice> and navigate to the browsergestures.khotkeys file.
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[[File:Mousegestures1.png|center|thumb|500px]]
  
- Chromium
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===Step Three - Configure=== <!--T:9-->
  
- Dolphin
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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.
  
- Kontact
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===Special Case=== <!--T:11-->
  
System Settings -> Input Action -> Edit -> Import..... ->import browsergestures.khotkeys.
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[[File:Mousegestures1.png]]
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'''Opera''' :Because Opera has its own mousegestures, you can delete '''Opera''' in the <menuchoice>Conditions</menuchoice> tab
click "Settings",enable "Gestures",the default mousebutton is set to "2" (mouse wheel),you can chose "3" (right button).
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Opera :Because Opera has its own mousegestures,so you can delete opera in conditions tab
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[[File:Mousegestures2.png|center|thumb|500px]]
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Mousegestures for all Browsers provides premade set of mouse gestures for basic operations in many file and web browsers.

Have you never used mousegestures? Read Mousegestures to learn about them in general. See System_Settings/Shortcuts_and_Gestures#Mouse_Gestures for them in KDE.

Installation and usage

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... and navigate to the browsergestures.khotkeys file.

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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