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Easystroke is a gesture-recognition application for Linux. It allows users to use certain mouse movements as shortcut keys in order to save time.
Easystroke Gesture Recognition Installation
To install Easystroke on Ubuntu or any other Debian-based distribution, run these commands in the terminal:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:easystroke/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install easystroke
For an RPM-based distribution, run this command:
yum install easystroke
To configure Easystroke, you need to run this command in the terminal:
Or simply open Applications > Universal Access > Easystroke Gesture Recognition. Here is a screenshot showing some configuration examples:
If you want to launch Easystroke Gesture Recognition automatically at system startup, go and open System > Preferences > Startup Applications and add a new entry using the command easystroke.