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Release 2.7.8.1 - Added Cut/Copy/Paste to Actions tree, some brightness/gamma functions, allow gesture names to be case-sensitive, and some bug fixes

Hi!  I'm a dedicated mouse gesture user - I use it on my slate Tablet PC to take the place of keyboard short cuts. I'm excited to find this community!  I can't wait to see what people here are up to.

StrokesPlus 2.5.1 released. I installed Windows 8 over the weekend and made some updates to improve interoperability with certain screens like the Start screen, task switcher, etc.

Updated the installers as well. If you need a free setup compiler, I highly recommend InnoSetup. I'm very impressed with its power and flexibility!

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Of course, I have to link to my app first =)

StrokesPlus (or S+) is a very powerful mouse gesture utility with a ton of options. It's also an advanced program that pretty much requires some scripting experience.

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StrokeIt: Pretty much the mouse gesture app that started it all! While Jeff (the creator) may disappear for a while at times, he still introduced people to the world of global mouse gestures. I haven't researched to see if SI was the first, but it was certainly the only one that really gained traction and has lasted the longest. 

It's also easier to setup and chain actions than S+ as you do not need any scripting experience. Also, it's a little faster than S+ when it comes to the execution of actions since they're not all going through a Lua engine.

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Just Gestures: JG is another newer app that brought a highly polished user interface to the mouse gesture arena. It has a few hiccups here and there, but it's still in early-ish development.

We haven't heard much from Miro (the creator) in quite a while. Hopefully, he's just been distracted by life and will emerge with some bug fixes and enhancements.

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easystroke: This appears to be the front-runner of gesture programs for Linux. Honestly, I don't run Linux and thus haven't tried it, but I've heard good things.
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