Sorry, I didn't see reference to this elsewhere. Thanks for investigating.
TouchID should return an arbitrary and unique number to identify a specific touch.
Attach a Capx
Description of Capx
This capx has a single code line and one text box
Event: Touch/ on any start-----Action: Text/Set text to "TouchID: "&Touch.TouchID
it should update the TouchID on every touch and display it.
Steps to Reproduce Bug
- Run capx in each browser and touch away.
- Observe the reported TouchID numbers displayed on the screen
- Repeat in other browsers
In Edge/IE first TouchID gives you an 'arbitrary number' which is incremented by 1 with every subsequent touch. Other browsers do their own things: chrome returns a number that could be similar to the index or count, but I didn't determine. Firefox just doesn't do much.
TouchID to give you an 'arbitrary number' which is incremented by 1 with every subsequent touch in every browser.
- Chrome: (YES)
- FireFox: (YES)
- Internet Explorer: (NO)
- Edge: (NO)
Operating System and Service Pack
Win 10 anniversary update 64bit
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