Using mouse and touch inputs

You can restrict the simulator to accept only mouse inputs, only touch inputs, or both. In the controller, click Utilities and choose the type of input you would like from the drop-down menu.

Screen showing simulator input selections.

Mouse Mode: Use both left and right clicks to represent default mouse clicks.

Touch Mode: Use left-clicks as single-touch events, and initiate multi-touch playback. Use right-clicks to specify touch points for multi-touch simulation.

Mixed Mode: Use left-clicks to represent default clicks and to initiate multi-touch playback. Use right-clicks to specify touch points for multi-touch simulation.

Using Touch Area inputs

The Touch Area is available to simulate devices that feature touch input other than a conventional touch screen. In the controller, click Touch Area.

Screen showing the Touch Area in the controller.

The Touch Area supports two types of touch input: swipes and single taps.

  • To perform a swipe, click and drag your mouse in the Touch Area.
  • To perform a single tap, click your mouse button in the Touch Area.


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