Control your web-browser just like when using a tablet device just by using your mouse.
By performing certain movements when holding down the right-click button on your mouse, you can activate many various functions.
TouchPaging using gestures with Sleipnir 3 for Windows
Now I want to introduce gestures to efficiently use TouchPaging.
Gestures are functions performed by motions of your hands rather than keys which has become ever popular in apps and Web browsers for smartphone devices such as the iPhone, Android and Windows Phone.
Many of you might read this and initially think “But gestures can only be done on a touch-screen device, right?”. Well not exactly.
Yes, Sleipnir 3 is a PC web browser, and we are not at the point in time where normal PC monitors use touch-screens.
However, with Sleipnir 3, you can experience the same easy-browsing felt on portable touch-screen devices by using the mouse.
Normally the mouse is used to move the cursor, but by holding down the right-click button and then performing a movement, it is possible to perform various gestures.
This makes it possible to quickly move between tabs and flick to other parts of a page which we call TouchPaging.
The gestures that can be used for TouchPaging are displayed below.
Default Mouse Assigned Keys
The default mouse assignments are listed below.
Push wheel up while holding down right-click button-> Previous Tab
Push wheel down while holding down right-click button-> Next Tab
Push wheel up while holding down left-click button-> Back
Push wheel down while holding down left-click button-> Forward
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