|Mar 7, 2008, 02:52 AM||#1|
iPhone Simulator & Multi-touch
For those playing around a bit with the new iPhone simulator (included in the SDK):
To input using multi-touch, hold down the OPT key while using the mouse. You'll see two virtual fingertips. Use the mouse to move then together or apart to pinch in/out.
(moderator - this might belong in development threads, though the SDK is still a pretty hot iPhone topic)
Macs from 1984 to 15" MBP w/ Retina Display 768GB SSD 16GB RAM, from Newton to iPhone 4 S⃣ , iPods, and tv (3). 64GB Wifi iPad (3)
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