Microsoft has a number of Windows Mobile 6.5 sessions on tap and is planning to show off some upcoming 6.5 phones during a keynote address on July 13. Microsoft published a new touch gesture documentation for Windows Mobile 6.5. Marcus Perryman noted 6.5 adds new gesture support, tailored primarily for phones with resistive screens that wasn’t available in previous Windows Mobile versions. There’re five classes of gestures that will be supported in Windows Mobile 6.5, according to Perryman: select, double-select, hold, pan and scroll. In his post, he details how these gestures are supported at the programming-interface level.
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