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Add support for ‘native’ gestures. #346

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commented Apr 20, 2016

This adds support for ‘native’ gestures, e.g. those made on a trackpad. The GestureEvent used abstracts over touch points, so that information is missing, but this does allow for pinching in the (desktop) browser.

Needs more testing and maybe a different approach (e.g., don’t use this on mobile?)

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@nvh nvh changed the title [WIP] Add support for ‘native’ gestures. Add support for ‘native’ gestures. Aug 1, 2016

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commented Oct 3, 2016

Is this waiting for @koenbok ?


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commented Oct 4, 2016

Hmm, not specifically, but it’s waiting for more thoughts and considerations.

I think that for Desktop it’s nice to have native pinch, scroll, pan gestures too, but I’m not sure yet what the relation with the other gestures / touch emulator should be. My hunch would be: only do this on Desktop and only if the touch emulator is disabled. That might be too narrow a use case to though. Thoughts welcome :)

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