Little has been heard of Ubuntu's multi-touch framework 'uTouch' of late - but it seems for good reason. The uTouch team have today demoed 'pixel perfect scrolling' in the open-source web-browser Chromium in Ubuntu, a feat made possible by taking advantage of Ubuntu's touch-friendly technology stack. The effort is part of the teams goal of 'adding multitouch and gesture support to major browsers on the Linux desktop.'
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Want a three-finger pinch on your multi-touch trackpad to minimize all windows? Dream of a five-finger tap emulating your mouse scroll-wheel? Hyperbole aside, you got it with Touchégg. Touchégg Touchégg is a “multitouch gesture recognizer” […]