As a MacBook user (while I’m working mobile), I’ve gotten fairly accustomed to trackpad gestures for swiping between webpages (a two finger swipe right to go back a page, and a swipe left to go forward again.) I’ve been loving incorporating Station into my new business workflow. The only thing I can’t get used to is not having these page forward / page back gestures for the trackpad.
It would be amazing if you could add these gestures in to move forward and back through each tab’s page history. I’d assume it would be a simple few lines of code to hook in these gestures.
You should see me swiping back and forth a few times before I eventually realize that I need to click the page history forward / back buttons. I get a tad bit flustered with myself every time I remember it’s not incorporated.
To provide a better workflow solution for Apple MacBook and Mac Trackpad users, I’d love it if two finger swipe left / right gestures could be added to Station. This would be great for all Apple users who typically use / are accustomed to trackpad gestures in other web browsing applications.
Fairly simple. I’d love to see the MacOS code hooks for using two-finger swipe left / right trackpad gestures added into Station. This would add greater functionality in workflow, and save a lot of time clicking between those little back / forward buttons.
Try using the gesture in Safari, and see how much easier it is to move through page history.
The main advantages are:
- Moving faster through each app’s / extension’s pages
- Providing greater app workflow
- Low implementation time versus high time-saving / smoother workflow functionality