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  • Category: Tools
  • Published by: Appsolutely Apps ?
  • Size: 49.7 MB
  • Supported processors: x64
  • Language: English (United States)
  • Learn more: Website & Support
  • Notes:
    Release 13 and 14: • Added settings button for ease of use • Tried to fix more IAP bugs! Hopefully this is the end of it • Changed URLs so I can start switching to a better backend server Release 12: • Fixed a number of issues which broke everything all the time always on Win10 • Some UI tweaks, improved Help and modular URLs • Fixed IAPs bugs Release 11: • Added a new battery percentage level feature! • Fixed a HUGE bug that prevented brightness changes on certain Lenovo devices • Other random experience updates Release 10: • Fixed bugs that prevented virtual keyboard from displaying occasionally. This new method should be less error prone in general. • Fixed bug Show Task Switcher would fail to start on the first launch • Show Task Switcher works better overall now • Fixed the "Switch user" action. I just realized that it might have never worked properly… Release 9: • Added snapped view support! • Various UI improvements and bug fixes • Fixed a bug which caused gestures to act weird in apps like Explorer Release 8: • Added the ability to export a printable version of your gestures • Improved the brightness actions • Improved "App: Minimize" so that it directly minimizes applications even if they're maximized • Improved "Show Desktop" so notepad never flashes • Improved consistency of all continuous gestures • Fixed a bug which caused the engine to exhibit strange behavior when a gesture failed to trigger

TouchMe Gesture Studio

***READ THIS FIRST**** The sole purpose of TouchMe Gesture Studio is to enable you to create, edit, and export a customized gesture file and that’s it! This app does not and never will contain the gesture engine that actually brings those gestures to life. However, there is a convenient link within the app to obtain the engine. The engine is free to use for 32 days, after that you can either purchase a full license for the engine or continue to use it for free for up to 3 gestures. **** TouchMe allows you to customize your own gestures for your touchscreen! Touchscreens have improved the way we all interact with our computers, by using TouchMe Gesture Studio, you can create, edit, and export custom gesture files to take things one step further! Gestures available include: • 2/3/4/5 Finger Swipe Up/Down/Left/Right • 3/4/5 Finger Pinch In/Out • 2/3/4/5 Finger TipTap Left/Right • 2/3/4/5 Finger Rotate Clockwise/Counter Clockwise Actions currently available: • Show/Hide Touch Keyboard • Increase/Decrease Volume • Increase/Decrease Brightness • Open/Close/Switch Browser Tabs • Show the TaskBar • Sleep, hibernate, Sign Out, Lock, Shut down, and Restart • Mimic Keyboard Shortcut (note: some system shortcuts like ALT+TAB or CTRL+ALT+DELETE or WIN+D cannot be automated in Windows 8.1 =[ ) • Etc… **** IMPORTANT NOTE ***** It isn't possible for me to reply to your reviews which makes getting additional debugging info difficult. Instead, submit your feedback or ideas to me directly at TouchMeTechnologies@outlook.com. Disclaimer: The sole purpose of TouchMe Gesture Studio is to enable you to create, edit, and export a customized gesture file and that’s it! This app does not and never will contain the gesture engine that actually brings those gestures to life! However, there is a convenient link within the app to obtain the engine. Thanks to Justin Gardner (www.JustinJGardner.com) for the UI concepts and design! Follow me on Twitter @YasharBahman to get the latest status updates!

Features:

  • Customize your very own Touchscreen gestures
  • Export your gesture file and use it with any gesture engine you like
  • Choose from over 30 gestures
  • Roam your gestures between all your devices
  • Mimic keyboard shortcuts, change volume, switch between apps, and more

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269 comments



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26 March 2016

An excellent tool for customizing and improving the usability of the touch screen UI in Windows 8/10. For example, enhancing onenote usage by adding a touch shortcut (two finger tap left/right) to the ctrl-pgup/ctrl-pgdn buttons allows you to easily read through pages without breaking the tablet/touch experience. Another example maps the 2-finger rotate clockwise/counter-clockwise to the app:snap right/left shortcuts -- facilitating quick and efficient usage of multiple applications without breaking the touch experience. In the end, this well built utility allows a user to maximize the advantage of the ultrabook or windows 8/10 touch screen PC using a simple intuitive interface.


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5 January 2016

enables tablet usability


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28 December 2015

Because you decided to try to FORCE the user to watch a stupid video! The fact there is no way to escape the video is unbelievable. I realize people are really stupid and may need to see it, but why do smart users like me have to suffer because of it? I was very interested in using this, but I will NOT be forced to watch an obnoxious video when I neither need to or want to!


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22 October 2015

Very good, just what I needed! One thing tho, its really obnoxious to edit gestures, correct me if I'm wrong but it appears I have to delete the current gesture, THEN select what I want it to do. Also the task switcher doesn't seem to be working to well, rather than making it appear, it simply goes to next app. This could be fixed if the gesture was CNTRL+ALT+Tab. but when I try to use that shortcut, it doesn't work at all.


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14 October 2015

very convenient


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11 October 2015

just what was needed..


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15 September 2015

says free, is only a trial that requires a second piece of software that is also a trial


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1 September 2015

Fantastic tool, allows me to map everything I want to do to touch commands


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28 August 2015

Incredibly useful!


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24 August 2015

Works just as advertised

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