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OverviewV-Play 2 Support (Qt 5)Switch between MultiPointTouchAreas › Reply To: Switch between MultiPointTouchAreas
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Alex
V-Play Team

I think you will have to put all the logic into one MultiPointTouchArea. Since there is only one touch event, which will be consumed by the first MultiPointTouchArea, there is no way (as far as I know) that the second MultiPointTouchArea can respond to the same event. So basically you move all your controller logic (like the swipe detection) to the big MultiPointTouchArea, and the “controller” ends up being just a visual thing that you reposition if the new touch would logically be outside of it.

But yeah, maybe the Qt support forum could come up with a nicer solution :/

Cheers,
Alex

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