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ivancarv.spk333 Posted - 04/06/2013 : 09:12:53
I search the script to reduce the "sensitivity" (minimum size of the gesture to trigger action), this function would be extremely useful for anyone who uses gestures combined with Scroll. Vo explain why:

If you have several gestures with scroll combined, it becomes impossible to use some action that uses only the Button Right + Scroll (without gestures). because you have to keep the mouse completely stopped to perform the action. what ruins everything. understand?

Anyone have any solutions?
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kwaka Posted - 04/11/2014 : 18:39:26
Yes, it's solved.
Thank You for efficiency!
Rob Posted - 04/11/2014 : 18:30:08
You can increase the Min. Segment Length in Preferences to increase the distance before a gesture starts being captured. It does affect the recognition in terms of all segments of a gesture, but unless you're drawing very small and complex gestures I doubt anyone would even notice a difference, especially since the gesture is interpolated prior to recognition, so the line would become smoothed out anyway, so again, unless you draw a very small and complex gesture, it shouldn't cause any problems at all.
kwaka Posted - 04/11/2014 : 18:20:47
Yes, this is actually, to avoid that problem need some user experience.
Rob, it is possible to make option like "minimum lenght of the gesture to starting action", or cancelling gesture if the scroll is moving?

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