How to get Apple-like gestures on the Linux desktop

With the help of Fusuma, you can get a better trackpad experience on the Linux desktop. You might be surprised to find out that one of the biggest issues with Linux on a laptop isn’t a lack of apps or ease of use. The Achilles heel of Linux on laptops is the trackpad. I understand a big part of the problem is that Apple owns patents on trackpad gestures, something which hinders the open source community’s ability to create a quality experience.

Link: How to get Apple-like gestures on the Linux desktop
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