DEVELOPMENT ON THIS PROJECT HAS STOPPED! In order for KGesture to improve, it needs to be integrated into KDE at a lower level. Therefore I ported KGesture to be a part of khotkeys. From my understanding this version of khotkeys has not be integrated into KDE 3 (for whatever reason). Due to lack of time and integration, I will not be porting KGesture to KDE 3.KGesture is a gesture recognition application for KDE2. KGesture uses libstroke to recognize definable gestures, then run an associated command. Using KDE's DCOP interface, KGesture can interact with applications already running, or launch new applications.
KGesture was an experimental project, so I am very interested in feedback on whether you found it useful or not.
KGesture uses libstroke, by Mark Willey, to recognize gestures. This library is included in the archive, however if you are interested in more information, it can be found here.
kgesture-0.3.tar.gz - Source v0.2 (You will need to reconfigure feedback options)
kgesture-0.2.tar.gz - Source v0.2
kgesture-0.1.tar.gz - Source v0.1
Configuration Dialog Page 1 - General Settings
Configuration Dialog Page 2 - Add, Modify and Remove Gestures
Gesture Editor 1 - View and Edit Existing Gestures
Gesture Editor 2 - View and Edit Existing Gestures
Gesture Editor 3 - View and Edit Existing Gestures
Gesture Editor 4 - View and Edit Existing Gestures
Gesture Editor 5 - View and Edit Existing Gestures
Gesture Editor 6 - View and Edit Existing Gestures
Gesture Recorder - Use the Gesture Wizard to record new Gestures