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Thread: A screen touch sensor

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    Default A screen touch sensor

    I need some kind of a touch listener, that detects where (x and y coordinations) the user touched on the screen
    Thanks for your attention

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    Default Re: A screen touch sensor

    Please see this link -

    Detect XY-coordinates when clicking or touching on screen [ Android Newbie ]
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