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    Hi,

    I have searched in the APIs, but I cannot find a LongTap (or similar) event. Is there an event that is fired when keeping pressed a button? If not, which is the best way to emulate it?

    Thanks!

    Max

  2. Use taphold event on elements.

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    This is my code:

    function getButtonConfig(text) {
    return [{
    xtype: 'button',
    ui: 'normal',
    text: text,
    value: text,
    listeners: {
    "taphold": function() {
    alert('OK');
    }
    }
    }]
    }

    ... but "taphold" event does not fire (instead "tap" event works fine). The list of supported events of Ext.Button object does not seem to include "taphold". I am new to Sencha Touch and I would appreciate any code snippet.

    Thanks.

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    taphold is usually just on elements not components but it's easy to bubble it up to the component...

    Code:
    btn.element.on('taphold', function(e, t) {
        this.fireEvent('taphold', this, e, t);
    }, btn);
    Now the taphold event on the button should fire
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