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Multi-User Touch input on Multiple Areas

  • I'm thinking about a multi-user touch-input environment. I've done some basic testing with my touch display, and while I can happily use 10 fingers for some of the demos, doing something like creating two Rectangles with two PinchArea's doesn't work. Only one PinchArea seams to accept input at a time.

    Anyone have any strategies for getting around this? Perhaps there is someway to create an invisible input object to manage points and pass these events down to lower layers?

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