cursor-event-mode

The cursor-event-mode meta tag is used to define how the browser handles cursor events on devices with trackpads. This meta tag is supported as of BlackBerry 7.

This meta tag has the following associated directives:

Directive

Description

native

Indicates that cursor events should behave as they do in a desktop browser. Specifying this directive allows a web page to access events such as multiple or sustained trackpad clicks.

A value of native disables the following UI features:

  • click and hold to display the context menu
  • click to zoom

processed

Indicates that the browser will use the default event handling, that is, that no UI features are disabled.

Last modified: 2014-03-10



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