Tylermon , thank you for your advice!
> You should be able to. It would make sense at least. Mouse clicks also work as touch.
Are you sure about that? I think the opposite is true, meaning that the touch object by default registers one finger touches as left mouse clicks. I don't have any experience with tablets or smartphones and just yesterday I was trying to show to a friend of mine a test I'd made and I realized that the mouse input I had implemented didn't work at all in his smartphone.
The touch monitor is a good idea, however I have 3 monitors and they are causing enough trouble already with the jerkiness, like we've discussed on the other topic
I am looking for cheap and easy solution to do more of "universal" interface tests, until I have the resources to buy a descent tablet and/or a smartphone...
The mouse and touch are two different inputs, you can have the touch object also trigger mouse clicks within C2's options, but it is more a shortcut rather than an obligation, some interfaces are done to work with both, but they do not trigger like the same input behind the scene.
Also the stock browser of android (I think 4.4 corrected that) is, from my knowledge, the only one to mix up touch and mouse (a click counts also as a touch, and vice versa), it is an annoyance for when you do support for both inputs type, which is why I would suggest ignoring it if you ever go with android for testing.