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mac-precision-touchpad - Windows Precision Touchpad Driver Implementation for Apple MacBook / Magic Trackpad

  •    C

Warning: The project is under development, with some features incomplete yet. See projects page for known issues and WIP(work-in-progress) items before opening a new issue. This project aims to implement Windows Precision Touchpad Protocol for Apple MacBook family/Magic Trackpad 2 on Windows 10.

wheel-inertia - This module solves the problem of longtime events from a trackpad or a magic mouse.

  •    Javascript

Mouse wheel inertia which solves the problem of longtime events from a trackpad or a magic mouse




ofxTouchPad - Multitouch support for touchpads.

  •    C++

Access raw multi-touch device data on OSX 10.5 or greater. Requires MultitouchSupport.framework to be included in the project.

pointerkit - A proof of concept framework to use a pointing device on iOS

  •    Objective-C

PointerKit is a proof of concept framework to use a pointing device on iOS. This is done via a multipeer connection between a Mac and an iOS device. The pointer movement is captured by the Mac app, after which it's send to the receiving iOS device (over Bluetooth or Wi-Fi). This project uses PTFakeTouch for faking touches.

lethargy - Distinguish between scroll events initiated by the user, and those by inertial scrolling

  •    CoffeeScript

Lethargy is a tiny (612b minified + gzipped) JavaScript library to help distinguish between scroll events initiated by the user, and those by inertial scrolling. Lethargy does not have external dependencies. Lethargy is used in smartscroll, a jQuery scroll plugin, to resolve problems with inertial scrolling.

actuator - Golang library that allows you to actuate your MacBook Force Touch trackpad

  •    Objective-C

Warning! The code relies on private macOS APIs, so no guarantees.







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