Use gestures with Aperture
If your computer has a Multi-Touch trackpad or a Magic Mouse, you can use gestures when working with Aperture. For example, when working with photos in the Browser, you can use the rotate gesture to rotate images and the swipe gesture to select a different photo. In addition to the standard Multi-Touch trackpad gestures used with Mac portable computers, you can use Multi-Touch gestures with the following Aperture features.
Note: To use the following gestures, you must have Aperture 3.3.2 or later and OS X Mountain Lion v10.8 or later.
Multi-Touch trackpad gestures
Browser in grid view
Browser in list view
Browser in filmstrip view (Split View layout) and filmstrip in full-screen view (Viewer mode)
Viewer and full-screen view (Viewer mode)
Book Layout Editor
Print dialog (Preview area)
For more information about working with gestures, see Help Center.