7 Trackpad Gestures You Probably Aren’t Using

If you a Mac with a trackpad, are you aware of all of the different gestures you can use to make life easier? You can use Smart Zoom to zoom in an out on an element on a web page. You can rotate images. You can also bring in the Notifications Center sidebar and activate Mission Control. Try learning a new trackpad gesture to get the most from your Mac.

Comments: 4 Responses to “7 Trackpad Gestures You Probably Aren’t Using”

    Ravi
    9 months ago

    Bring up the “Notification Center”; there is a keyboard shortcut for that. It is found in Keyboard>Shortcuts>Mission Control and is ⌘/

    Marcos Delgado
    9 months ago

    Hi Gary, there was a gesture that was, three fingers to drag a window or to select something like text, where is it? is it gone?? I used it a lot.

    9 months ago

    Marcos: It is still there, but in a different location. Look at Accessibility, Mouse & Trackpad, Trackpad Options, Enable Dragging, Three Finger Drag.

    Marcos Delgado
    8 months ago

    Thank you so much Gary, huge help!

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