Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #16427, comment 2


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Dec 5, 2012, 3:04:38 AM (9 years ago)
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bill
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  • Ticket #16427, comment 2

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    11For your test case, are you saying to touch one button, slide your finger to the other button, and then remove your finger?
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    3 I just checked dojo/touch.js, and we don't have any special code for normalizing touch.release to work like mouseup, so it will default to the standard for how the native "touchend" event works: to fire the event on the source node.
     3I just checked dojo/touch.js, and we don't have any special code for normalizing touch.release on touch devices, so it will default to the standard for how the native "touchend" event works: to fire the event on the source node.
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    5 Technically dojo/touch is working according to its spec -- to connect to mouseup or touchend -- but I agree the behavior is not in the spirit of dojo/touch, which is to normalize behavior between mouse and keyboard.
     5Technically dojo/touch is working according to its spec -- listening to mouseup or touchend -- but I agree the behavior is not in the spirit of dojo/touch, which is to normalize behavior between mouse and touch events.
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    77Are you really saying this behavior only happens when using touch.release in conjunction with DnD?   It looks like it will happen all the time.