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The screen is called Launchpad and is a feature built-into macOS. First introduced in Mac OS X Lion 10.7, it displays a grid of icons corresponding to installed apps. This feature was originally inspired from iOS which displays a similar grid of icons for installed apps. This gesture is pre-defined for Trackpad, and can be turned on/off under System ...


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I use this page to determine what each swipe does. What you're describing is called "Launchpad". Use Multi-Touch gestures on your Mac It looks like this when you open it: screenshot of Launchpad This is the swipe you're describing                      ...


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Double tap on that word. https://www.idownloadblog.com/2019/06/14/ios-13-overview-text-editing-gestures/ says: Select a word: double-tap on it. Select a sentence: tap on the text with three fingers. Select a paragraph: tap on the text with four fingers. Bubble menu: bring up the shortcuts menu by tapping once with three fingers. Select ...


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Previous tab: Browser:PrevTab Next tab: Browser:NextTab Reference of available commands: https://hg.mozilla.org/mozilla-central/file/tip/browser/base/content/browser-sets.inc


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I figured out how to do it with BetterTouchTool. In BetterTouchTool the action is called "move right/left a space. I set up an action for both 2 finger swipe left, and 2 finger swipe right on the trackpad and left the magic mouse with the standard 2 finger swipe.


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