Windows 7 Windows 7, WPF and C#

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  1. Ryan

    Ryan New Member

    Jun 17, 2009
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    I'm just getting started playing with Windows 7 and would love to get into developing multi-touch applications. I've downloaded some labs from the PDC and have VS2010 beta installed along with blend to start off. Is there any way I can simulate multi-touch input to test applications without actually having a multi-touch monitor or surface? Something similar to QMTSim from what I've read that feeds the application TUIO (in this case WM Touch) messages from an overlay. In addition, besides studio and WPF 4 is there any other tools I would need to complete a simple development cycle to play with the new API?

    Thanks very much in advance for the advice and direction!

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