Bradley T. Hughes
bradley.hughes at nokia.com
Tue Feb 9 01:50:40 PST 2010
On 02/09/2010 06:34 AM, ext Peter Hutterer wrote:
> The really hard problem IMO is that given two touch points at coordinates
> x1/y1 and x2/y2 and two different clients at these coordinates do we
> - send the second touchpoint to the client that received the first
Another option is to discard the second touch point if x2/y2 isn't over the
window that got x1/y1 (this is how Windows 7 behaves on the hardware I
have). I don't like this behavior though.
> - send the second touchpoint to the second client?
This is the behavior I would like to see. It's the one that promotes the
multiple-user and multiple-client use case the best.
> This is the main roadblock at the moment, and anytime I try to come up with
> a working solution I hit a wall at even quite basic use-cases.
Would you mind elaborating a bit on this?
Bradley T. Hughes (Nokia-D-Qt/Oslo), bradley.hughes at nokia.com
Sandakervn. 116, P.O. Box 4332 Nydalen, 0402 Oslo, Norway
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