MacBook Air :: With Four Finger Gesture Support On Their Multi-touch Trackpad

Dec 30, 2008

Just wanted to know which MBA users have four finger gesture support on their multi-touch trackpad.

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OS X :: Unable To See Multi Touch Trackpad Options In Preferences / Newer Multi Touch Gestures

Aug 30, 2009

I thought after upgrade to Snow Leopard, older Macbook Pro can also have the newer multitouch gestures as those newer Macbook Pro?

I didn't see any options in the Trackpad in System Preferences.

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MacBook Pro :: Can Install A Multi-gesture Touch-pad In It

Jun 12, 2012

Can I upgrade my touchpad to a multi gesture touchpad on my macbook pro?

Info:
MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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MacBook Air :: Finding 4 Finger Multi-Touch

Mar 1, 2008

if 4 finger touch will be available through a software update? Now that I am spoiled by gestures on the track pad, I want four fingers for things like switching spaces, tap for dashboard, double tap for time machine etc etc...

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MacBook Air :: 4 Finger Multi Touch Gestures?

Oct 14, 2008

Wirelessly posted (iPhone : Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/525.18.1 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/3.1.1 Mobile/5F136 Safari/525.20)

Maybe I missed it but is this going to be available via software update for the 1st gen MacBook Air?

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Hardware :: Apple's New Magic Trackpad Clicks, Has Unique Three-finger Gesture?

Jul 27, 2010

Apple's Magic Trackpad acts just like a bigger version of the multi-touch trackpads found on the company's notebook computers, though it does include one new, unique gesture for moving windows.The customizable device can have certain features enabled or disabled through software, including options such as tap-to-click. Like the trackpad on a current MacBook or MacBook Pro, the entire surface can be pushed for a physical click as well.According to Engadget, the hardware also comes with one exclusive new feature: a three-finger gesture that allows users to drag windows around quickly.

Much like can already be done on a Mac desktop via the Magic Mouse, the Magic Trackpad offers standard multi-touch gestures, including two-finger scrolling, pinch to zoom, rotate, and three-finger swiping. Users can also invoke Expose or switch between applications by using four fingers, all capabilities previously found on the company's notebook multi-touch trackpads.In the Magic Trackpad's software settings, users can enable or disable tap to click, dragging, drag lock, a localized secondary click (such as tapping in a specific corner of the trackpad). Other features include inertia-based scrolling, screen zoom, pinch to open and close, and the aforementioned new three-finger dragging."It's made with smooth, wear-resistant glass that feels great to the touch," Apple said. "And it?s nearly 80 percent larger than the built-in trackpad on the MacBook Pro, giving you plenty of room to perform gestures. Because the entire surface of Magic Trackpad is a button, you can click on objects just as you would using a traditional mouse. And Magic Trackpad sits at the same height and angle as the Apple Wireless Keyboard, so you can go from trackpad to keyboard in one seamless motion."

The $69 wireless device works with any Bluetooth-enabled Mac, and can be connected up to 33 feet away. The device also detects periods of inactivity to conserve battery life, and has a dedicated on-off switch. Apple has said that the device will operate for "months at a time" without the need to replace its AA batteries.

In addition to two AA batteries -- which are included, and which Apple now sells in a rechargeable form -- the new Magic Trackpad requires users to have a Bluetooth-enabled Mac running Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.4 and the latest software update.

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MacBook :: Glass Multi Touch Trackpad

Mar 16, 2009

Which one have Glass Multi-Touch trackpad?High-end Aluminium, Low-end Aluminium, PolycarbonateHigh-end Aluminium, Low-end Aluminium, Polycarbonate have the same function?

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MacBook Pro :: How To Turn Off Multi-touch Trackpad

Oct 2, 2009

How to I disable this damn unibody multitouch trackpad, Or is there a way I can disable certain gestures? It keeps resizing my firefox font sizes, and messing with other stuff, I think there is some pinch gesture that I'm doing when just resting my thumb on the trackpad...

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Hardware :: MacBook Pro Trackpad Multi - Touch Upgrade

Jun 7, 2008

I was just wondering if somebody knows if a macbook pro trackpad can be upgraded for the new multi-touch? I have a macbook pro 17" 2.33 Mhz. I think the new one is 2.4 up to 2.6mhz Any how, I'm trying to upgrade my macbook pro's track pad for the one that is coming on the new ones. (multi-touch!.

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MacBook Pro :: Expanding On Multi Touch Trackpad Gestures?

May 23, 2010

I'm on my first Mac, a 15" 2010 MBP (2.4 Ghz), and I'm absolutely loving the multi-touch trackpad. It makes browsing things so much easier and even more pleasurable.

One thing that I just this second thought of is how to expand the gesture use more.

I'm in Mozilla now, and I moused up to the refresh button, and thought "what if I could refresh the page by just making a swirling gesture on the trackpad? That'd be pretty damn cool." This could also apply to the "stop" button by making an X gesture.

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MacBook :: Trackpad Clicks Not Recognized Since Multi-Touch Update

Jul 28, 2010

I downloaded and installed the multi-touch update that was released yesterday and since then, I have noticed that some of my clicks with my trackpad are not recognized. When I use my Apple Mighty Mouse, it works fine. I have tried resetting the SMC and PRAM, as well as repairing disk permissions.

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Windows On Mac :: How To Use Trackpad Multi-Touch

Jul 26, 2010

any updates being able to use the MacBook Pro trackpad in Windows 7?

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Hardware :: Magic Trackpad Allows Multi-touch Gestures On Desktop?

Jul 27, 2010

Apple has brought the multi-touch gestures available to MacBook users to the desktop with its new $69 Magic Trackpad, as well as a new battery charger for wireless devices like the Magic Trackpad, Apple keyboard, and Magic Mouse.Magic TrackpadThe Magic Trackpad offers Apple's patented multi-touch technology through a smooth glass and aluminum design. It enables users to scroll smoothly up and down a page with inertial scrolling, pinch to zoom in and out, rotate an image with fingertips and swipe three fingers to flip through a collection of Web pages or photos.

The Magic Trackpad can be configured to support single button or two button commands and supports tap-to-click as well as a physical click.Photos of Apple's Magic Trackpad first leaked earlier this summer, showing the multitouch desktop accessory before it was even announced. Earlier this month, the device received FCC approval, though at the time it was simply identified as a mysterious Bluetooth device.Apple first brought multi-touch functionality to its desktops last year with the Magic Mouse, a Bluetooth wireless mouse that allows users to use their fingers to scroll and zoom via the surface of the hardware. Every iMac and Mac Pro comes with the Magic Mouse, though users can now order the new Magic Trackpad for $69 as an option.

Apple Battery Charger Apple claims its new Battery Charger sets a new industry standard by having the lowest standby power usage value ? or "vampire draw" ? of any similar charger on the market. That's the energy most chargers continue to draw after their batteries are fully charged.Instead, the Apple Battery Charger senses when its batteries are done charging and automatically reduces the amount of power it needs. In addition, the reusable batteries that come with each Apple Battery Charger are designed to maintain a high charge capacity for hundreds of charges, so you no longer have to buy new batteries or toss them every few months.Each Apple Battery Charger comes with six AA NiMH batteries, intended to allow users to run their keyboard keyboard and mouse or trackpad, while allowing two more for spare charging.

"Unlike many other reusable batteries, these batteries have an incredibly long service life ? up to 10 years," Apple said. "Which means you can finally break the cycle of buying and disposing of those toxic, single-use alkaline batteries. The batteries that come with the Apple Battery Charger kit also have an extraordinarily low self-discharge rate. Even after a year of sitting in a drawer, they still retain 80 percent of their original charge. That way you always have backup power when you need it[URL]

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Multi-touch Gestures (trackpad) Stopped Working On Mac Mini 3,1

Mar 15, 2012

Having been able to use most of the multi-touch gestures yesterday, this morning only the single-finger tap, 2-finger tap and 3-finger double-tap are having any effect. Swiping left, right, up or down with 4 fingers has no effect (although 3-finger drag in Google maps is working, together with 2-finger scroll).

Info:
Mac mini (Early 2009), Mac OS X (10.7.3), 2GHz 8GB

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OS X :: Software Update Doesn't Show The Latest Multi-Touch Trackpad Update?

Jul 29, 2010

Yesterday Apple released Safari 5.0.1 and Magic Trackpad and Multi-Touch Trackpad Update 1.0, but Software Update on my Mac makes me able to download only the first one (Safari 5.0.1) - which I did. Why can't it find the Multi-Touch Trackpad Update?

- My MacBook is fine (it's 13-inch, Mid 2009).

- My OS is fine (Mac OS X v10.6.4).

Sure, I can download it manually, BUT it makes me really annoyed if something on my Mac works not as good as it should.

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MacBook Pro :: Enable Touch Gesture Controls On OSX 10.5.8?

Jun 18, 2012

Currently I've installed a new Promethean ActivBoard 500 series and have been using it with a regular PC. It works fine, enabling all gesture controls with my fingers. When I install a Mac to this board, I can't seem to use gesture controls to manipulate my screen.I tried also with a OSX Lion Mac Book Pro and got same results.

Info:
MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.5.8)

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OS X :: Function Of New Three Finger Gesture?

Jul 28, 2010

I haven't found much detail on this. What does the new 3 finger gesture do?

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Applications :: Three Finger Swipe Gesture In Firefox

May 19, 2008

I just went to the mozilla site and left some feedback for firefox requesting the 3 finger swipe gesture to be implemented, like in safari. Although, my single request probably wont do much, maybe others have and I'm contributing. Anyway, i thought i should post the link here, and anyone that could be bothered could fill it out as well.. the more people we get to send it, the more likely they developers will implement it

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Hardware :: Magic Mouse 2 Finger Swipe Gesture No Longer Actually Functions?

Nov 3, 2009

I've had my Magic Mouse since last thursday (29th Oct) and i've noticed the 2 finger swipe gesture no longer actually functions. I'm trying it in Safari (with history available to swipe through) and its definately enabled in the system preferences.

Instead of doing the swipe gesture it now just scrolls left and right. Its also not a case of positioning my fingers wrong as it used to work around 2 days ago and now it definitely no longer works.

I'm going to re-pair it a few times and replace the batteries but if it doesnt magically come back I will be replacing it.Just curious if anyone else who has had their magic mouse for this long has lost this gesture too?

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MacBook Pro :: Useful Trackpad (Three Fingers) Gesture?

Aug 22, 2009

If you all knew about this before then sorry - I just haven't seen any mention of it anywhere but it definitely works. It may only be a program specific thing cos it doesn't work in mail or itunes but in iWork it jumps a page at a time and in firefox it skips to the bottom of the page. I find it very useful when browsing so I thought I'd let you know. You put three fingers down (I use my 3 middle) and just scroll with the outside 2 leaving your middle finger still. It feels a bit awkward at first but once I got used to it it was fine.

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OS X :: Multi Finger Gestures Can Be Used On MacBook Pro?

Oct 2, 2010

All jokes aside, I read in Snow leopard (perhaps incorrectly) that two finger and four finger gestures on the trackpad can be used, is there any program on Leopard (10.5.8) that enables these? Specifically it would be great if I could go back in my internet browser by swiping with two fingers.

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MacBook Pro :: Santa Rosa Trackpad Gesture In Snow Leopard?

Aug 24, 2009

"Multi-Touch gestures in older Mac models.

All Mac notebooks with Multi-Touch trackpads now support three- and four-finger gestures."

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does it mean my Santa Rosa can do 3 and 4 finger gestures? Or still a no?

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MacBook Pro :: Spaces With Multi Touch?

Sep 2, 2009

I have started using spaces quite a bit recently and I'm not a huge user of expos´┐Ż. I was wondering if there was a way to change the 4 fingered swipe to switch between spaces? So swiping 4 fingers up would go to the space above and similar actions with left, right and down.

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MacBook Air :: Can't Use Multi-touch On Windows 7

Apr 6, 2012

i just install windows 7 via bootcamp and install the bootcamp windows support. everythng seems fine, but the trackpad....

I can use scroll up and down, but i can't tap to click..and i can't find the bootcamp in windows 7 start manual.

Info:
MacBook Air, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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MacBook Air :: Unable To Use Multi Touch With Firefox

Feb 7, 2008

I can get it to work in Safari but not with Firefox, does it only work with Apple apps?

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MacBook :: Does The Touchpad In The MB Plastic Is Multi Touch?

Jun 23, 2009

Does the touchpad in the macbook plastic is multi touch? I was under the impresion that it is, however someone asked me and I really did not know.

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MacBook Pro :: Finding Multi-touch Notebooks

Jan 29, 2010

Is it possible that the full fledged apple tablet that some people wanted will simply be the Macbook pro touch? This wouldn't step on the feet of the ipad market because the price would be too high.

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Mac :: Macbook Pro Aluminium Multi Touch Screen

Jan 31, 2010

what I would have to do to turn my Macbook Pro into a touch screen or if it is possible.

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MacBook :: Multi-touch Functionality With LION OSX?

Jun 14, 2012

I know that some of the older MacBooks (2006-07) have multi-touch trackpad. Are some of those models only one or two finger touch? I am wanting to upgrade to Lion OSX and want to make sure the trackpad will support three and four finger gestures. And which is the oldest macbook model that supports multi-touch and will support all the functions on OSX LION?

Info:
MacBook, Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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MacBook :: Finding Multi Touch Glass Track Pad

Nov 23, 2010

I was wondering, does the early 2009 macbook have th the same track pad as the newer ones? Like the gestures and multi touch capabilities?

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