|Two finger swipe to move back/forward on Chrome/Windows?||ea66||12/12/09 3:24 PM|
a simple thing maybe, but I cannot find an answer anywhere...
Does Chrome browser support the two finger swipe gesture to move back/forward to a page?
Pinch to zoom, scrolling, two finger scrolling etc. works fine. The only thing I can't make to work is the two finger back/forward gesture.
Any insight on this? The gesture works fine with IE or Firefox.
I own an Acer TravelMate 8371 with Windows 7 32bit, Synaptics driver ver 14.0.6 and Chrome 22.214.171.124
|Re: Two finger swipe to move back/forward on Chrome/Windows?||freiya||12/26/09 10:43 AM|
Anyone? I can use the swipe to move back and forward in IE but not in chrome. Any ideas?
|Re: Two finger swipe to move back/forward on Chrome/Windows?||amer24||1/10/10 2:59 PM|
It seems that the two finger back/forward gestures are not implemented in Chrome....
|Re: Two finger swipe to move back/forward on Chrome/Windows?||riven213||1/29/10 6:22 AM|
that's what keeps me from switching to chrome on my netbook... going backwards/forwards with the gesture is a great feature. but maybe there is a workaround? anyone?
|Re: Two finger swipe to move back/forward on Chrome/Windows?||pimonserry||7/3/10 9:09 AM|
Would be great if this was implemented: just bought an Acer 4820TG and it can do double finger swipe backwards/forwards in IE fine, but not Chrome! :(
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