By CHI Cheng
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nexTab enables you quickly switch, close or open new tabs with Magic Trackpad or MacBook Pro/Air's multi-touch trackpad.
Save you one minute per day. Make your $$$$ Mac a little better.
Support most tabbed applications including browsers, text editors, code editors and even IM softwares.
To switch tabs, simply hold one finger on trackpad, tap another finger to go previous or next tab.
To switch several tabs consecutively, one finger swipe at top border of trackpad. Please enable it in menu before using.
To close current tab, hold two fingers on trackpad, tap third finger on the left.
To open new tab, hold two fingers on trackpad, tap third finger on the right.
To refresh tab, hold two fingers on trackpad, tap third finger between them.
Switch to login window, one finger swipe through whole trackpad from right to left quickly.
Scroll to top / bottom, two fingers swipe through whole trackpad vertically.
You may enable/disable each gesture or quit the application in menu of nexTab menu bar icon.
Note: Due to system API limitation, nexTab does NOT support Magic Mouse.
What's New in Version 4.0
Added: switch to login window - one finger swipe through whole trackpad from right to left.
Added: scroll to top / bottom - two fingers swipe through whole trackpad vertically. (Like Home and End key on full-size keyboards.)
Fixed: tap to switch tabs cause links under cursor be clicked.
Works better than expected! Thank you Cheng Chi!
Exactly what I was looking for. Works really well for switching tabs on Chrome!
very good. a few suggestions
scroll to top and bottom should have an option to be reversed. price should be reduced. and option needed for icon to be hidden in menu bar. thanks!
Finally - consistent in all browsers
I had installed BetterTouchTool and made up a system of gestures in each browser to match, but this little app does it so much better and is well worth the $$$.
"Scroll to top / bottom two fingers swipe vertically through whole trackpad" needs to be revised to support the natural scrolling in Lion, but it works.