Gestures in opus

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davidp
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Post by davidp » Nov 24th, ’20, 09:14

How to create a gesture work in directory opus(a file manager) for going back and forward,pls tell step by step.
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Marko
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Post by Marko » Nov 24th, ’20, 11:51

I'm not familiar with this software. Are there keyboard or mouse shortcuts for back and forward? If yes, you can simulate them.
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Post by davidp » Nov 24th, ’20, 15:13

yes,the keyboard shortcut's are alt+left arrow for going back and alt+right arrow for going forward,so how ?
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Post by Marko » Nov 25th, ’20, 19:22

Try the following:

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{Alt Down}{Left}{Alt Up}
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{Alt Down}{Right}{Alt Up}
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Post by davidp » Nov 26th, ’20, 05:19

should I create a left gesture in default and use the above command,what should i use in type and window ?
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Post by Marko » Nov 27th, ’20, 16:44

Create two gestures, Type: Send.
You can restrict it to only work in Opus - you can find the window name using Tools/Window Information Tool.
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Post by davidp » Nov 28th, ’20, 07:49

should i use the "title" of the window information tool in window of the fk's
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Post by Marko » Nov 28th, ’20, 08:36

Yes.
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Post by davidp » Nov 28th, ’20, 08:47

ok,i did it as u said,but it's not working ,pls tell an other cmd.
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Post by Marko » Nov 28th, ’20, 18:57

You must be doing something wrong. Please post your exact settings.
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