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Registering 'click' on onset of touch on touchscreen Win8 laptop

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#1 Swingliner


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Posted 11 February 2014 - 01:49 PM

The touchscreen on my laptop works for the most part like a mouse would, except that it does not actually register that the 'mouse button' is 'down' until the 'click' is released (that is, you lift your finger or move it). Are there any drivers that would allow me to send a 'mousedown' event as soon as the screen is touched?



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