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Why doesn't the three finger swipe up and down gesture work in safari?


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You know, the one which allows you to swipe up to get to the top of a page and three fingers down to get to the bottom? Works in Firefox but not Safari which I find a bit odd considering the Magic Track Pad and the regular track pads and their support for swipe gestures n' such.

I went to try Safari again today because I felt as if FF was running a bit slowly (not sure if it's FF or my connection though speedtest.net says 29mpbs) but it feels strange not being able to access those particular gestures.

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I don't specifically know the answer to your question, however, I have been using BetterTouchTool for some time now, and if gestures is your thing, it's definitely worth a look - and free.
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You know, the one which allows you to swipe up to get to the top of a page and three fingers down to get to the bottom? Works in Firefox but not Safari which I find a bit odd considering the Magic Track Pad and the regular track pads and their support for swipe gestures n' such.

I went to try Safari again today because I felt as if FF was running a bit slowly (not sure if it's FF or my connection though speedtest.net says 29mpbs) but it feels strange not being able to access those particular gestures.

Doug
Beats me.... this is one of the reasons I stick with FF.
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