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Start Menu Swipe Gesture for WM
XDA member OndraSter presents this extension for Swipe that will let you move along the start menu with gestures movements similar to the ones you use to type on keyboard. Use left and right to pass from one start menu to another page.
The developer states that this application should work on Windows Mobile devices running 6.5 and up.
Originally posted by OndraSter
[EXTENSION][10Aug] Start Menu Back Gesture | CAB/EXT
I had yesterday simple idea, use swype gesture to go up one level in Start Menu. After about 2 hours, work was done.
Like… you go from left to right (well, it works even in opposite direction) and if you move it with right, it puts you one level up.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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