Re: [pointerevents] Touch action processing model doesn't match IE/Edge behavior around zooming

> Does that help?

No, sorry - it doesn't (sorry, I should have provided a concrete repro
 from the start).  For [this concrete test 
case](, double tap inside the 
scroller.  The scroller satisfies the "nearest ancestor that has a 
default touch behavior" clause (because it can scroll), but Edge 
appears to not actually stop there.  Instead it takes the touch-action
 of it's ancestor into account (and so disables double-tap zoom).  
Compare to the behavior in Chrome (which I believe does match the spec
 but the Edge behavior is better for developers).

So the "a default touch behavior" isn't sufficient here to describe 
Edge's behavior AFAICT.

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Received on Friday, 11 September 2015 19:52:53 UTC