I have a windows 8 computer with touch. Touch commands are not mentioned in the manual. This is what I have discovered so far:
1. swipe left/right = next/previous page
2. two finger press = toggle Fullscreen/Normal mode
3. two finger pinch = zoom
4. press one finger and tap another finger = fit to screen
5. two finger rotate = rotate page 90 degrees
6. press and hold = right click menu
7. doubletap one finger and hold = text selection
8. single tap = next page
I love that there is support for Windows touch devices.
But 6 and 7 are buggy because 8 overrides them every time. So instead of selecting text on the page I doubletapped Sumatra instead loads the next page and begins text selection there.
I see a bug report about that here already http://code.google.com/p/sumatrapdf/issues/detail?id=2448
Are there any other touch commands that I have missed?
I also have one request related to touch.
I want to use the touch device to read documents and take notes. So I will often use the commands select text, copy, activate a text editor window, paste clipboard, activate sumatra again.
That could be simplified if Sumatra had a customizable command in the longpress/rightclick menu. The user open the advanced settings file to activate it and set any command line action. Sumatra would have a built in variable for use as command line parameter that contains the currently selected text. With such an outlet users can script the rest themselves using python or whatever tool they prefer. A similar customizable command for the toolbar would also be useful.