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touch [2014/02/19 15:35]
daschuer [Mixxx Right click solution]
touch [2014/02/19 16:42]
rryan iOS doesn't have the concept of a mouse
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 ===== OS level touch to mouse solution ===== ===== OS level touch to mouse solution =====
  
-All three OS's are offering a native touch to mouse converter. It is required to be able to use legacy application which are not able to receive original touch events. The right click is generated by some kind gesture. It is only a single pointing device emulated to achieve maximum compatibility. Unfortunately these solutions are optimized for common standard widgets. Mixxx on the other side does not use standard widgets. The Mixxx widgets are designed to behave as close possible like hardware Midi controls. ​  +All three desktop ​OS's are offering a native touch to mouse converter. It is required to be able to use legacy application which are not able to receive original touch events. The right click is generated by some kind gesture. It is only a single pointing device emulated to achieve maximum compatibility. Unfortunately these solutions are optimized for common standard widgets. Mixxx on the other side does not use standard widgets. The Mixxx widgets are designed to behave as close possible like hardware Midi controls. ​  
 The main difference here is that Mixxx buttons are emitting without delay on the push event while normal GUI buttons are emitting on release event. This way we have not time to detect a right click gesture without delaying the left click. The main difference here is that Mixxx buttons are emitting without delay on the push event while normal GUI buttons are emitting on release event. This way we have not time to detect a right click gesture without delaying the left click.
  
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   * Right click = long push  ​   * Right click = long push  ​
   * Right click = Two finger click    * Right click = Two finger click 
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-**iOs**  +**OS X** 
-  * Right click = long push+  * Right click = two finger tap 
 +  * Right click = control button + click
  
  
touch.txt · Last modified: 2014/02/19 17:22 by rryan