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I made this simple example to anyone who want to detect swipe moves on their mobile devices.
It's pretty simple and it should be easy to continue from there. I hope somebody finds it useful with their projects.
thanks a lot
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wow, nice example.
Thanks nemo :)
Thank you very much!
Awesome!! Thanks for sharing!!
404 on the capx? :(
I would also recommend putting this up on the tutorials page, since it's a fist and works well.
Same here, I can't find the .capx-file?
Sorry about that.
I fixed the broken link.
Nice work! If you wanted to extend on that for different directions, you can use AngleAt
On Touch(0) End
--> -45<touch.AngleAt(0)<45 => Set Text 'Right'
--> 45<touch.AngleAt(0)<135 => Set Text 'Down'
Broken links, anyone got the files and would like to email them to me ?
404 not found .... :(
I'd really like to take a look, but I'm getting a 404 error. Any chance you could upload again?
EyeHawk, I've been putting together my own swipe example, using the AngleAt expression.
I used the calculation you mentioned above to increase the recognisable range of each angle. But it doesn't appear to be working, any ideas :)