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    Default using taphold

    I'm currently working with Ext JS 3.3 and was wondering how to listen for taphold events?

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    That's probably something more geared to Sencha Touch, rather than ExtJs.

    The tap/hold concept doesn't typically apply to your average web application; it's more a 'mobile device' kinda thing.

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    right, how would I integrate sencha touch?

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    I apologize for any 'smartypants-ness', but I'd start by posting in the Sencha Touch Discussion and Help forum.

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    ok. I'll head over to the touch forums, but to clarify, Ext js can listen to the touchstart event and thats it? It seems as though I can listen to the touchstart event, but can't figure out a way to listen to the tap, taphold, singletap, doubletap, etc etc.

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    Most ExtJs components respond to 'HTML' style events, e.g. 'click', 'dblclick', etc.

    Is there a particular Ext component you're referring to that supports a 'touchstart' event?

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