Clarify need for touch event emulation in browser. #511

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@andRyanMiller
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Hung me up for a second before SO pointed out that push.js only listens to touch events. This'll point other n00bs like me in the right direction.

@zadkiel87

Same problem with Modal, Popover...There is a good reason to only listen to touch events ?

@XhmikosR
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Relevant #504

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BTW, is it possible to add a link for Firefox too? It supports touch events for a long time now.

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@andRyanMiller andRyanMiller Clarify need for touch event emulation in browser.
Hung me up for a second before SO pointed out that push.js only listens to touch events. This'll point other n00bs like me in the right direction.
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@andRyanMiller
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Done.

@XhmikosR XhmikosR merged commit cf43dab into twbs:master Mar 23, 2014

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