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StrokeIt equivalent for OS X?


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Hi all.

StrokeIt is a Windows software that enables you to add mouse gestures functionality to almost any application.

Is there an OS X equivalent (I'm a MacBook/OS X new user)?

TIA
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Hi all.

StrokeIt is a Windows software that enables you to add mouse gestures functionality to almost any application.

Is there an OS X equivalent (I'm a MacBook/OS X new user)?

TIA
I don't know. But I suggest you look at www.versiontracker.com or www.macupdate.com


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xGestures -- cost $5

Quicksilver Abracadabra -- free i think
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Thank you both for your replies, I'll check these sites and sofwares out.
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