Enable Multitouch Support for HD2

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Enable Multitouch Support for HD2

Postby SciLor » Sun Dec 06, 2009 1:40 pm

Hey,
it would be nice to put Multitouch into the next version of fpsece

More Infos for enabling that here:
(I have got 2 videos and a code snippet at the website)

http://scilor.ac-host.net/hd2-leo-real-multitouch.html
and here
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=591698


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Re: Enable Multitouch Support for HD2

Postby i900frenchaddict » Sun Dec 06, 2009 9:24 pm

Buy Schtruck an HD2 for X-mas if you want this to be done quickly :roll:
(or raise money at XDA looooooool)
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Re: Enable Multitouch Support for HD2

Postby ulukai » Mon Dec 07, 2009 7:39 pm

Pretty please from me too :)
Morphgear already supports dualtouch (or multitouch) and it's really great. Would be wonderful to have multi/dual touch support in fpsece.

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Re: Enable Multitouch Support for HD2

Postby i900frenchaddict » Mon Dec 07, 2009 8:13 pm

Don't worry, you will...............only if santa brings me an HD2 :mrgreen:

No, I'm kidding, you really will, but I suppose Schtruck will need to have an HD2 in its hands to do it, and this device is expensice as hell, especially for someone who jumped on the snapdragon months ago because it was a pioneer months before the HD2. Thanks to the TG01, HD2 users will have fpseCE perfectly compatible and optimized for the snapdragon after months testing on this platform (as well as PXA and old Qualcomm CPU).....but will have to wait for Schtruck to buy an HD2 to get multitouch implemented since there seem to be no general solution but requires each app or game to be modified.
:arrow: raise monay at XDA :lol:

(once more, I'm kinda kidding, you'll get multitouch on the HD2, but I definitly think Schtruck will be the one to do it and will need an HD2 to do so=

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Re: Enable Multitouch Support for HD2

Postby ulukai » Mon Dec 07, 2009 9:46 pm

I'm not coder, so I may be way off here, but from posts on xda seems like some guys are making multitouch libraries, so maybe hd2 is not required for coding this feature :)

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Re: Enable Multitouch Support for HD2

Postby CloudStrife86 » Mon Dec 07, 2009 11:42 pm

... err what? Gera I hope you've never considered a career as an author. ;)
I'm going to get the HD2 as soon as somewhere in Durham stocks it! :x It probably won't be of any help to Schtruck though... Oh well. :?
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Re: Enable Multitouch Support for HD2

Postby i900frenchaddict » Tue Dec 08, 2009 6:38 am

Once you find one, tell me what price you have Cloudstrife, because in france, it's really expensive, that's what makes me wait a little

I like your story Gera :lol:

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Re: Enable Multitouch Support for HD2

Postby CloudStrife86 » Tue Dec 08, 2009 12:41 pm

I will, but I don't know how long before they're going to be stocked. When I was trying to buy my Xperia, I couldn't get it until about two months after it was supposed to be available. Moreover, it was available in the US about 6 months before the UK.
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Re: Enable Multitouch Support for HD2

Postby SciLor » Tue Dec 08, 2009 7:09 pm

So I have release a simple dll for .net to get multitouch working fine in any .net app that gets extended with it :)

http://scilor.ac-host.net/hd2-leo-dotNe ... chDLL.html

I'm not coder, so I may be way off here, but from posts on xda seems like some guys are making multitouch libraries, so maybe hd2 is not required for coding this feature

You don't need a HD2 in any way :) just some code, HD2 users can test it.
I am trying to extend every app with multitouch by a global system hack that produces 2 Mouse events. If an app just can handle that 2 Mouse Touches (If it is coded that nice way) it would work :)
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Re: Enable Multitouch Support for HD2

Postby tony » Tue Dec 08, 2009 7:19 pm

the HD2 in my local shops are £499 but i think will slowly come down after xmas like everthing else
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