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On 8/16/2022 at 5:31 AM, parinjoy said:

Barrier is open source forked from Synergy. I'll try my luck there if they support gestures.

There are more.

InputDirectore, Logitech Flow (you need a mouse/keyboard that supports it to unlock the feature), Stardock Multiplicity, and more...

Thanks to Anthony wandering off to Macbooks' universal control during the review, I went down the rabbit hole to find Mouse Without Border in Microsoft Garage. Brilliant piece of tech and bringing it to the core Windows package is a no brainer to me. While I found the experience really smooth, I couldn't get the gestures to work on the remote machine. Anyone using Mouse Without Borders and could get Gesture Controls enabled in both laptops ? Might be an overkill but a complete winner.

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4 hours ago, parinjoy said:

Thanks to Anthony wandering off to Macbooks' universal control during the review, I went down the rabbit hole to find Mouse Without Border in Microsoft Garage. Brilliant piece of tech and bringing it to the core Windows package is a no brainer to me. While I found the experience really smooth, I couldn't get the gestures to work on the remote machine. Anyone using Mouse Without Borders and could get Gesture Controls enabled in both laptops ? Might be an overkill but a complete winner.

That isn't supported by the developer. They would need to enable that in the application. Pretty sure that app isn't open source either.

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Barrier is open source forked from Synergy. I'll try my luck there if they support gestures.

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6 hours ago, parinjoy said:

Barrier is open source forked from Synergy. I'll try my luck there if they support gestures.

Another one to try if you can is multiplicity. While it isn't free, I used it when I used to go into the office daily. Not sure if it supported gestures or not but was a great program.

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On 8/16/2022 at 5:31 AM, parinjoy said:

Barrier is open source forked from Synergy. I'll try my luck there if they support gestures.

There are more.

InputDirectore, Logitech Flow (you need a mouse/keyboard that supports it to unlock the feature), Stardock Multiplicity, and more...

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I love mouse without borders, been using it for years. Never tried the gestures function so I apologize Im not much help.

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