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Discussion in 'OS X Mavericks (10.9)' started by reddevil0728, Oct 23, 2013.
The going forward and back for folders using two fingers swipe is gone in Mavericks?
Doesn't work for me either.
Although it was just one finger on the mouse - two on the trackpad.
Reading in many sites over the internet seems this feature has been removed since it has not been present in any version of beta or GM of Mavericks.
The problem is the same for trackpad. No working gestures for folder swipe.
that's not cool
Well... actually the settings have just reseted with the installation of Mavericks, so you can check it in settings to make it work.
i did. and can't get it thats why i'm asking
It *is* still there. Under each, it's System Preferences > Trackpad / Magic Mouse > More Gestures, and click "Swipe between pages".
I'm not sure if you get what i mean by FOLDER? it works for safari chrome etc, but not for FINDER folders.
I get exactly what your saying.. Same issue here on a 1st gen MacBook Pro Retina 15...
I hope there is a fix soon... I use this feature heavily
Which view within Finder are you using?
any view in finder. basically when u open a folder and another folder inside a folder and u decided u want to go backwards, in mountain lion u can swipe. but mavericks u cant
Hmmm... I haven't noticed that is missing. I guess I never used it all that much. Dunno, man!
Guess it ain't really a good idea to claim it *is* there when you've use it at all...
Apparently in all their wisdom they removed it, we mere humans do not possess the intellectual capacity to understand Apple's logic behind what to us seems like complete lunacy