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Nice tutorial, but I must disagree. I’m working with a Dell Latitude XT2 and touch events are not always fired in the the same order with mouse events on my machine. Actually it seems to work most of the times but every now and then the order is switched. I’m not quite sure if this may be hardware dependent (or at least caused somehow by the system and not by the Flash Player). I think the better solution by Adobe would have been to implement a switch to simply disable this behaviour when needed.

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Nice one guys! We might try to work a reference to this one into our post about marketing for engagement next week is that's cool?

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It sounds like you have the right strategy in place. Always look for a mobile marketing agency that can and has handled all aspects.

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