ofxPointer now supports advanced UITouch features for Apple Pencil, etc

In the last week, I’ve significantly updated ofxPointer to fully support more advanced UITouch features on iOS. This includes support for Apple Pencil, 3D force touch, etc. Features include coalesced and predicted touches, pressure, tilt, estimated property updates, etc.


This looks great and I’m going to use this soon!

Just a fundamental question: does this work in parallel with the regular touchMoved()/mouseMoved() events or does it replace them? ie, if I’m using ofxPointer, do I just remove the regular mouse/touch events/functions that exist in a regular ofApp, or what do I do?