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  • 04:49:36 am on May 3, 2010 | 0
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    If a gesture recognizer detects a touch (as represented by a UITouch object) that it determines is not part of its gesture, it can pass it on directly to its view. To do this, it calls ignoreTouch:forEvent: on itself, passing in the touch object. Ignored touches are not withheld from the attached view even if the value of the cancelsTouchesInView property is YES.

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