You could add an object on the main screen that has the mouse location as it’s position.
I do this with my Mouse Tracking demo because I’m hiding the real mouse position.
For touchscreens you need to use the contains method instead of clicks to get a response to the first touch. If the coordinates have changed then on a touchscreen it must be a new touch. My Emotional Stroop for mobile demo uses this.
Thanks a lot! I solved with the fake cursore.
It is just not really clear to me what you refer to with contains method as far as what concerns the double-click problem. Could you explain me better? Where scould I implement that?
Thanks in advance