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Posted · Touchscreen support?

I primarily use touchscreen & pen on Windows tablet, and I notice there is no support for touchscreen navigation (orbit uang finger, zoom by pining etc). Any idea if support will become available at some point? I know there is support for pen in combo with keyboard but its super clunky. 

 

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    Posted (edited) · Touchscreen support?
     
    Hello, what is the status of the ticket ?
    My Microsoft Surface 4 pro with win 10 has no touchscreen support in Cura 5.0
    I think the ticket has existed since 2018 ;)

     

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    Posted · Touchscreen support?
    9 hours ago, mropanen said:

    Any news on this?

    If me using Cura on my SP7 says anything about the situation - no. It would be nice but it's likely not a high priority for the dev team when there are more important things (as well as things that will help a lot more people than just the minority of Windows touchscreen users out there) that need to be worked on.

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