Windows 8 features support for multi-touch displays. Multi-touch allows you to use one or more fingers as an input device to complement the mouse and keyboard. Touch gestures can be used for navigating and manipulating objects. Cakewalk provides an enhanced user experience on touch-capable devices, with intuitive gestures that increase productivity:A gesture is a quick movement of one or more fingers on a screen that the computer interprets as a command, rather than as a mouse movement.Multi-touch manipulations use multiple contact points simultaneously. For example, you can adjust multiple faders in the Console view simultaneously, or trigger multiple cells in the Matrix view.
Table 87. Basic multi-touch gestures
Table 88. Matrix View multi-touch gestures
Table 89. Console view multi-touch gestures
Table 90. Track view multi-touch gestures
Table 92. Control Bar multi-touch gestures
Table 93. Browser multi-touch gestures You can use the following touch gestures to control the graph in the QuadCurve Equalizer fly-out panel.
Windows 8 supports indirect multi-touch, which is gesture support that occurs through a computer’s trackpad. In addition to touching a touchscreen directly, you can apply gestures to the surface of a trackpad.
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