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0031730RunnerHTML5Public2020-08-25 15:32
ReporterDanAssigned ToRussell Kay 
PriorityHighSeverityB - MajorReproducibility100%
Status ResolvedResolutionFixed 
PlatformHTML5OSWindows 10OS VersionPro x64
Product Version2.2.5 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary0031730: HTML5: Windows 10 touchscreens do not give multitouch input properly if using device...()
DescriptionWindows 10 touchscreens do not give multitouch input properly - it only ever shows 1 touch, and possibly also only when in the one-frame "pressed" state. Tested using a Surface and up-to-date versions of Chrome and Edge.

Viewing the same page on an Android browser gives me all 5 expected touches and these touches stay for the whole time my fingers are in contact with the screen.

Expected: All 5 touches, the same as Android browsers give.
Steps To Reproduce1. Start GMS2.
2. Run the sample for HTML5
3. View the webpage on a Windows 10 touchscreen device.
4. Observe that at most only 1 touch will be shown (if no touches are shown, perform step 6 also)
5. View the webpage on an Android device and observe all 5 touches will draw a green circle sprite, the "id" of the mouse touch, and also the x/y co-ords for up to 5 simultaneous touches.
6. (If required) Edit the sample so that it always draws the touches, rather than only drawing them when a mouse click is being made, then run it for HTML5 again and repeat step 3.
Repro: 100%
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2.x Runtime Found In2.2.5.378
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2020-08-05 15:33


testMultitouch.yyz (25,477 bytes)

Russell Kay

2020-08-25 15:32

Manager   ~0065639

Fixed in gitlab