Re: [pointerevents] Extend pointer events to support raw trackpad data (#206)

> Are pointer events suppose to be called on scrolls on trackpads?

no, by their very nature pointer events do not fire when a gesture is executed with the pointer input. if the browser or OS take over for a particular movement (like doing a scroll in response to a trackpad gesture), then the pointer is cancelled and control is ceded directly to the browser/OS, so no further pointer events are fired. as this is fundamental to the current behaviour/way that pointer events are specified, this is not a feature that is likely to be changed. you'd have to do something like that [react-indiana-drag-scroll]( you mentioned, using `touch-action: none`, and handling it from basic principles using the various `pointer*` events

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