While both mouse and touchscreen have some similarities (both are pointing 
devices), there are also some important differences:

First, mouse reports relative movements, while touchscreen reports absolute 
positions of touch.
Second, mouse reports two different types of events (movement and clicks*), 
while touchscreen reports just touches.
Third, touchscreen might report multiple pointers.

For those reasons, touchscreen needs a different proxy, which is not 
implemented yet.

Regards,
Vít Šesták 'v6ak'

*) Scrolling is AFAIK a specific type of button.

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