libinput synthetic gesture daemon
DescriptionLisgd lets you bind gestures based on libinput touch events to run specific commands to execute. For example, dragging left to right with one finger could execute a particular command like launching a terminal. Directional L-R, R-L, U-D, and D-U gestures and diagnol LD-RU, RD-LU, UR-DL, UL-DR gestures are supported with 1 through n fingers. Unlike other libinput gesture daemons, lisgd uses touch events to recognize synthetic swipe gestures rather than using the libinput's gesture events. The advantage of this is that the synthetic gestures you define via lisgd can be used on touchscreens, which normal libinput gestures don't support.
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