Gestures are something some of us have become used to uses on our touch-screen mobile phones, but Windows users have mostly been left out. This changes with StrokesPlus, a mouse gesture management program.
With StrokesPlus, you can use your mouse to draw gestures to trigger actions like launching applications.
The program is rather new and is under development, yet it does include many improvements to previous versions and runs stable. While running, it may be accessed from the system tray icon. When clicking on the icon, you can toggle its main functions on or off.
You can use the preferences to set up gestures and configure gestures for use within specific programs like your web browser. Also from the application are settings for configuring actions, hotkeys, ignored list, main options, action report, global lue and an "about screen".
StrokesPlus has a meaningful help system, so getting started won't be too difficult for new users.
From Rob Larkin:StrokesPlus download is a lightweight mouse gesture recognition program for Windows. It is written in native Win32/x64 and does not require a hefty runtime like .NET, it only consumes 250-500k of RAM while running, utilizes Lua scripting for actions and provides a great deal of power and flexibility.StrokesPlus 220.127.116.11
is licensed as Freeware
for the Windows operating system / platform without restrictions. StrokesPlus is available to all software users as a free download (Freeware).
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