Provided by: wayv_0.3-5_i386
wayV - capture drawn shapes (gestures), recognize them and carry out
wayv [configuration file]
A user is able to setup wayV to recognize gestures and associate
actions with these gestures. When one of the gestures is inputed and
matched an action associated with the gesture occurs, e.g. startup a
program, send keypress’, etc.
The gestures are created via a 2 dimensional input device, in most
cases the standard mouse.
The gestures should be unique symbolic representations of the actions
they represent, i.e. draw an N and Netscape starts, draw a circle and
Opera starts, draw an > and the keypress’ to switch desktops occurs,
is the required configuration file. It is used to configure the
user interface, what gestures are recognized, what actions are
is an optional configuration file. It contains the keymaps for
keycode, see HOWTO-wayv-keymap that comes with wayV.
wayV was written by Mike Bennett (smoog at stressbunny dot com) with
contributions from various others.
wayV - http://www.stressbunny.com/wayv