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SplitView mouse area size

  • I am using a SplitView in an application. It is working fine on my desktop, but when I run it on a Microsoft Surface it has an issue. The mouse area is much larger on the surface and blocks buttons that are placed right below the bar. At first I thought it was a DPI issue. But after testing and thinking about it, I think it has to do with the touch screen. I've seen some other UI differences when dealing with a touch enabled device before. I think its expanding the mouse area so that you have more room to "grab" the splitter. Does this make sense? Is there any way to disable the qml adapting to a touch device?

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