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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by shambo, Sep 22, 2009.
If you're referring to multitouch, just right click (2 finger tap) and press refresh.
Set one of your motions as command + r.
Yup, cmd+r works. It's just not multitouch. Now that I think of it, I don't think there's a way to refresh the page using just one stroke on multitouch; you could try the three finger swipe back and then go forward again...
Multiclutch - http://wcrawford.org/2008/02/28/everytime-i-think-about-you-i-touch-my-cell/
It's a piece of software, that allows you do use gestures to execute programmed commands for each application individually.
But it only works with 32-bit Cocoa applications.
I am trying to get a three fingered upwards swipe to refresh my safari browser in snow leopard. Doesn't seem to work.
So setting three fingered upwards swipe to command + r doesn't work?
No it's not working under SL.
Because multi clutch currently doesn't support snow leopard fully. It will only work with 32bit applications.
I have my browser (Firefox) set to refresh on "rotate right"
So wait for a multiclutch update for SL.
To use Safari with Multiclutch, Safari has to be opened as a 32-bit application.
Do so by going to Applications, right click on Safari and Get Info (or CMD + I) and: