has released Cocoa Gestures 1.0, which adds mouse gestures to Cocoa applications such as Mail, Address Book, iCal, TextEdit, Chimera and OmniWeb.
Gestures lets you execute functions in a program by clicking a mouse button (optionally with a modifier key pressed) and move the mouse in a certain pattern to accomplish specific tasks. The gestures are represented by a combination of up, down, left and right motions.
Cocoa Gestures comes in the form of an InputManager, and can be installed in the Library directory of your root directory (making it available to all users of that machine) or in the Library directory inside your home directory.
The application comes with built-in gestures for some programs. You can also make your own. All gestures are listed in the Gestures section of the Cocoa Gestures panel.
CocoaGestures is freeware — it’s available now for download.