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I'm looking for a way to emulate pinch zoom in either an android emulator(android SDK-less desirable) or a (preferred) native Ubuntu web browser that I can resize to a specified size for initial testing of HTML5 applications.

This is would be useful for first round testing during cross-platform application development.

Note: I'm trying to do this with no real touch-device only a mouse. So the best answer would be something like "Install this chromium plug-in and use this hotkey to set pinch points" or something similar.

We already have this for getting dual mouse working(thanks AmithKK). The browser that supports multi-touch is the hard part.

Something to note is that I start getting screen artifacts using multiple mice via that guide. They're mild and tolerable, but they are there.

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unix.stackexchange.com/questions/5511/… don't know if is any use... –  Mateo Jun 6 '12 at 17:25
    
MPWM does look neat, and might help –  hbdgaf Jun 6 '12 at 20:01
    
I got MPWM to compile, I think, but it does not run on my machine. Are you using compiz? –  Mateo Jun 7 '12 at 0:30
    
@mateo_salta I am using compiz. I didn't dig through mucking about with MPWM yet, but it definitely looks like a possibility. –  hbdgaf Jun 7 '12 at 12:00

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I found one for Chromium, I am using E17(enlightenment) for the desktop it will recognize the two mice for moving separate windows at the same time, then using this plugin https://chrome.google.com/webstore/search/multi%20touch?utm_source=chrome-ntp-icon

Click on the little blue hand near the favorites star, and "try" and use it, Notice that it is terrible, but it's something in the right direction I think. Trying to preform gestures that you would usually do with fingers is hard.

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