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Well, this is a bit of a kludge, but if you make your gesture a little bit bigger, and swipe just above the boundary of the trackpad, with all three fingers, then you swipe back down, you get the effect that you want. Swiping past, in effect resets the state on the trackpad, without you feeling like you have lifted. My guess is that the "functionality" that ...


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There is an app called Better Touch Tool. You can download it at their homepage. First, you hide preview if there is any, and then select Trackpad on the top screen. Before you start adding gestures, make sure to allow it to control computer in System Preferences > Accessibility As you can see, I already set up the swipe up and down gestures. Below, you ...



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