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    can i simulate Touch/Multi-Touch on Qt Simulator?

    hi,
    i am new, here i have a question : can we simulate TouchScreen event on Qt SDK simulator ? and how to do it with mouse on pc? thanks.

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    Re: can i simulate Touch/Multi-Touch on Qt Simulator?

    yes, of course, use your mouse to simulate touch event in simulator .

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    Re: can i simulate Touch/Multi-Touch on Qt Simulator?

    But there is no multi-touch support on any current Nokia phones that I know of.

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    Re: can i simulate Touch/Multi-Touch on Qt Simulator?

    Symbian^3 supports multitouch, Qt Simulator doesn't.

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    Re: can i simulate Touch/Multi-Touch on Qt Simulator?

    thanks for your reply! but in my tests, it seems still have problem:
    by using "NokiaQtSDK\Examples\4.6\touch\knobs" the example in Qt SDK, when i test it on emulator, the touch event DOESN'T work, any idea?

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    Re: can i simulate Touch/Multi-Touch on Qt Simulator?

    AFAIK, touch events don't work in 4.6.x. Touches come through as mouse events.

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