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Note: Before Gecko 25.0, this method was defined on the
Document.createTouchList() method creates and returns a new
var list = DocumentTouch.createTouchList([touch1 [, touch2 [, ...]]]);
var target = document.getElementById("target"); // Create some touch points var touch1 = document.createTouch(window, target, 1, 15, 20, 35, 40); var touch2 = document.createTouch(window, target, 2, 25, 30, 45, 50); // Create an empty TouchList objects var list0 = document.createTouchList(); // Create a TouchList with only one Touch object var list1 = document.createTouchList(touch1); // Create a list with two Touch objects var list2 = document.createTouchList(touch1, touch2);
The definition of 'Document.createTouchList()' in that specification.
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