Sorry I've been completely neglecting my website and xGestures. I have a lot of other stuff on my plate these days, not the least of which is the paid work I'm doing, so after all is said and done I have almost no free time and energy to continue working on xGestures.
That said, I still use it and rely on it every day, so I won't let it completely waste away. If you're a dedicated user of xGestures, you can take some solace knowing that I can't live without it either, so if it totally breaks, I'll have no choice but to fix it or risk being driven to madness by a world bereft of mouse gestures.
Concerning OS X 10.10 Yosemite: xGestures *does* work in it, if you perform some steps to make it allowed to use OS X's accessibility features, which most of the gesture actions require. Here's how to do it:
- Find the xGestures.prefpane file (located in either ~/Library/PreferencePanes or /Library/PreferencePanes)
- Right click and pick "Show package contents"
- Open Contents / Resources
- Next open System Preferences / Security & Privacy
- Pick Privacy tab
- Select Accessibility
- Click lock, enter an admin password
- Drag xGestures.app from the Resources folder onto the list of applications in the Accessibility section
- Make sure the checkbox next to it is checked
- If xGestures is already listed in the Accessibility section and it's still not working, try removing xGestures from the list and adding it again.