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There is currently no support inside WebCore for the touchcancel event, fired when a touch event is cancelled.
I will upstream a patch from the Android port to add this support.
Great. We left it out because there is no such event yet in Qt. But it should certainly be there of course :)
Created an attachment (id=46684) [details]
(From update of attachment 46684 [details])
I'm just going to reorganise the patch and resubmit it (move the changes to js-test-pre|post to a separate, blocking bug)
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> (From update of attachment 46684 [details] [details])
> I'm just going to reorganise the patch and resubmit it (move the changes to
> js-test-pre|post to a separate, blocking bug)
Actually turns out I just needed to look a bit closer at the functionality of the js-test-* scripts, and what I needed is already there :)
New patch coming up...
Created an attachment (id=47019) [details]
(From update of attachment 47019 [details])
Looks good to me. It's a shame we can't run the test currently, but the patch is mostly mechanic anyway :)
Committed revision 53548.