Is there gestures for back and forward in Finder and Safari?

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    As indicated on the Apple website:

    Two-finger swipe

    "Using two fingers, swipe left and right along the Multi-Touch surface to advance through pages in Safari or browse."

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  • Yes

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  • Yes, the two finger swipe gestures work in Safari and Finder for back and forward.

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  • Yes. Two fingers. Swipe right to go forward and left to go back.

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  • Ya, you just swipe two fingers left or right.

    Its great that they finally put this on a mouse because I could not live without the three finger swipe on my MBP.

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  • Yes. You use a two finger swipe method like on the all the Macbooks.

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  • According to the apple site, yes there is.

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  • A quick look at the Magic Mouse page tells you the answer...
    Yes, it does support back and forward gestures (via two finger swipes)

    apple(dot)com/uk/magicmouse/

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  • Yes, using two fingers you can swipe backwards and forwards on the multitouch surface to navigate backwards and forwards in Safari and Finder.

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