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Umm... truth is that it only makes the same moves as a mouse does, When using it in a page that with functionality of a touch screen does nothing, gestures like zooming with two fingers going away or close just zooms the browser instead of zooming the content, ie: a picture suposed to zoom, not the entire browser, maps: suposed to zoom the map, not the entire browser. This mouse is a joke (I have it and belive me, is dumb).
I'm curious how you were able to customize the gestures. I bought this touchpad because it promised customization, but there are no customization options in the SetPoint software other than to disable certain gestures.
You say: and four rubberized feet sunken into the trackpad rather than simply stuck on. So far, so good.
I say: the two bottom feet are BUTTONS!!!!!! Have you not seen that in your review? Without that bottom left button there is no drag feature.
Not satisfied only basic functions are covered this pad is going to go back to Logitech.Not for example rotating in a 3D application.This is not a replacement for the mouse for 3D artists.
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