Script set up macros which you can map to Flicks in the Windows control panel. You can then use the flicks to trigger context sensitive based actions such as snapping, back/forward, minimize, maximize, and flip3d, etc. You will require Auto-Hotkey to make this work: http://www.autohotkey.com/
- Left and right snapping with finger flicks.
- Flick up or down to max/min windows that are not maximized.
- Flick up on a maximized window to use flip3d.
- Flick up or down on the desktop to use flip3d.
- Flick back and forward through flip3d.
- Flick left/right on a maximized browser/explorer window to go back/forward.
- Flicks don't care about window focus. The object you flick is the object you manipulate!
- Protections in place to prevent you from maximizing the taskbar/start menu/context menus.
- Flick down on a maxed window to restore it.
- Flick diagonally down on a maxed window to directly minimize it.
- *New feature* Windows photo viewer now supported. Flick left and right to pan through photos.
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