> -- the TOUCHY stuff: pan, zoom, pinch, slide and crunch--some issues come 
> up cross platform. Ideally it would be good if they all work on touch and 
> non-touch screens. But I think, practically, some bits won't. I think 
> modularity can part help with this issue--so end users can be clearer what 
> will and won't. I very much appreciate that designing for desktop, tablet 
> and smart-phone simultaneously is a challenge that your Duo is playing with 
> in excellent ways.
> Ciao Josiah, may I ask you to report over on the HammerWidgets thread 
which things don't work on which browser with which type of pointer 


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