Show Touch
Stable Version 0.3.0
Published on 18 May 2015 by 
Created on 21 May 2014
Details
Quick & dirty javascript hack to enable your users to see where you are touching on your tablet app.
Specially useful for doing web app demos for larger audiences using a projector where people can't see your finger on the screen.
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How to use it
  • Publish the eSpace in your environment
  • Reference the ShowTouch weblock
  • Add the webblock to the pages layout or to the specific page where you want to see the touches
  • Do your demo and Enjoy!
(if you want to enable or disable the "visible touch" there's a site property in the ShowTouch eSpace to turn it on or off)

Limitations
  • Only shows the first finger touching the screen (go ahead and extend it for multitouch!)
  • Tested in iOS 7.1 and Android 4.4 (go ahead and test it in other versions!)
What’s new (0.3.0)
No longer attaches to touchstart event and that was causing conflicts with other javascript being used in some OutSystems labs apps.
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Show Touch has no dependencies.
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9.0.0.1
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