Yaaaay ! We may have found something that's 100% compatible with the fingerwheel.<br><br>Let's do it this way:<br>- this socalled "first touch" can be done on the mokowheel itself: put your left thumb on the black area; there you enter "fake multitouchscreen mode"
<br>- keeping this finger in the black circle, touch another place of the screen : the cursor moves (not instantly if what we guessed is true) at a *constant* speed; or it "warps", if it's implementation-dependant (is suspect the low level driver to report point A -> point B as a jump)
<br>- if we can calculate the speed of the cursor every moment, we can identify a "down left"+second finger; either way we can detect warping<br>- afterwards, <br> * slide your righthand finger down, it scrolls up
<br> * slide your righthand finger up, it scrolls down<br> * slide it left, next page/item<br> * slide it right, previous page/item<br> * do a circle: rotation<br> * narrow towards the black circle: zoom -
<br> * go away: zoom +<br>- when you leave the black circle, it's out of finger operational mode<br><br>What's really great about it, is when you're looking at a map, you can rotate and zoom at the same time.
<br><br>The ownly downside is that we MUST use both hands (or put the device on a table)<br><br>I'm gonna do mockups...<br><br>Florent<br>