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I am developing an HTML application for the iPad. As such it utilizes touch events and webkit-CSS animations.



Up until now I have used chrome as my debugging environment because of it's awesome developer mode.



What I would like is to be able to debug my Html/JavaScript using Google-Chrome's debugger on my PC while simulating touch events with my mouse.



My site does not have any multi-touch events and no mouse events (no mouse on iPad).



I am not actually interested in seeing the applications layout, but more in debugging its behavior.



Is there some plugin to get mouse events translated into touch events on a desktop browser?


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As of April 13th 2012



In Google Chrome developer and canary builds there is now a checkbox for Emulate touch events



You can find it by opening the F12 developer tools and clicking on the gear at the bottom right of the screen.



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For now (Chrome ver.36.0.1985.125) you can find it here: F12 => Esc => Emulation.
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