I didn't want to necro my old thread so I'm posting a new one to see if there have been any updates. My old one can be found here. Essentially multi-touch monitors break GSAP draggable. Native scrolling works fine - you can touch the screen with as many fingers as you want (flat palm and even fist work) and it will still scroll. But for some reason draggable only works if there's a single finger on the screen. the moment a second touch point is detected the draggable element stops moving. Is there a way around this? I don't have the option of disabling multi-touch at a hardware, OS, or driver level so I have to deal with it within the website/web app. I don't need anything special to happen when a user scrolls with 1 finger vs 2 fingers vs 3 fingers etc. I just need it to keep scrolling. It's quite an accessibility challenge when only one finger is supported - the amount of older people who aren't dextrous enough to keep from accidentally pressing the screen with a second finger, or people who try to use more than one finger for all touch interaction, is much higher than you would think.
In the response to my original question, the linked post wants to allow default browser behavior. I disallow pinch zoom and other native multi-touch gestures in my applications so allowing them through draggable isn't the issue.
Also, in terms of testing, take any draggable example (preferably one with type:scroll) and test it on a multitouch display.
Any assistance with this would be appreciated.