that is why may be 2nd way (raising 1st finger up after 2nd reached the
screen, so there are 2 jumps in coordinates: d/2, and d/2 in a single
direction) might be preferable way -- then you drive your 'multitouch'
mode with any gesture you like while assuming that 'other' finger is
still in the original position...

actually it can be two separate modes
1. two fingers on screen -- use for moving
2. 2nd finger on screen -- rotation, whatelse ;)

I think clever solution can jump between the two of them (depending on
either you again put 1st finger back on the screen)... just a little
tiny state machine ;)

On Thu, 19 Mar 2009, The Digital Pioneer wrote:

>    Ahh, right, of course. You just have to remember to keep one finger
>    still. :)

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