Projects / xstroke


xstroke is a full-screen gesture recognition program written for the X Window System. It captures gestures that are performed with a pointer device, (such as a mouse, a stylus, or a pen/tablet), recognizes the gestures and performs actions based on the gestures. xstroke has been developed on Linux systems, (i386 and StrongARM), but should be quite portable to any UNIX-like system with X.


Recent releases

  •  09 Feb 2002 22:29

    Release Notes: Lots of bugfixes were made. Tap-and-hold can now disable stroke recognition for a single stroke.


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