rhm said:

First of all: there's no oversized text being clipped off the side of the screen Smiley

 

Secondly: With a touchscreen, you get events only when the finger is touching the screen. So you have have something follow the touch position as if it was a mouse pointer, but then you have no mechanism to detect a 'click'. It's usual in touch apps then to not have anything like a mouse pointer. And it would be redundant anyway since the user can see where their finger is pointing!

Thanks for the feedbackl, it is appreciated.

 

First of all: there's no oversized text being clipped off the side of the screen Smiley

 

I am being dumb, but I don't understand what you mean?

 

Secondly: With a touchscreen, you get events only when the finger is touching the screen. ....

 

Take your point(s) but I developed this on a touch screen laptop so I am hoping it will work in the same way on the phone.  (I had to create an offset so that instead of your finger being in the way of what you select, you are holding onto the handle of the Magnifying glass with one finger and 'clicking' with another - granted its not actually a click event!)