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    PR3 and MouseEvents changes


    Hi,

    I am trying to find the mousevents equivalents in Touch 2 PR3. Previously in Touch 1.1 I could use a listener with mousedown for mobile devices (iPhone/iPad) to catch the input on a div element:

    Code:
    Ext.get("div-id").on('mousedown', function() {...
    But this doesn't seem to work with Touch 2. I tried also click (which works fine in Chrome, but not on the iPad/iPhone) and tap.. but all a no go.

    I think that should be quite a trivial problem.. hope somebody can help me!

    cheers,
    Alex

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    have you tried the touch events? touchstart, touch, touchend...
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