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W3C TouchEvents spec says that TouchList should have an identifiedTouch method that returns an entry given the ID: http://www.w3.org/TR/touch-events/#widl-TouchList-identifiedTouch-Touch-long-identifier
We don't have this in WebKit, we should implement it.
Rick, any plans to continue work on this one? Thanks.
Thanks for the ping. We've been debating what to do about this method. Recently it was decide that it should be removed from the TouchEvents v1 spec: http://www.w3.org/2010/webevents/track/issues/28. It will still be in TEv2, but there are no plans to turn that into an official W3C spec any more (with the focus in w3c shifting to pointer events).
I can still see value in WebKit having this, but I don't personally plan to work on it now. It should be trivial though if someone else wants to pick it up.
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> Thanks for the ping. We've been debating what to do about this method. [...]
Thanks for the clarification, good to know.