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OS 10.5 - Multi-touch gestures


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I hope I'm putting this in the right topic...
Anyway, I was wondering if there's any way to manually readjust my multi-touch gestures. You know, change the number of fingers per gesture, or which gesture is assigned to which gestures and motions.
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