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<application android:label="@string/app_name" android:icon="@drawable/icon" android:theme="@android:style/Theme.NoTitleBar.Fullscreen">
What about cursor mode? This is when moving moves the cursor, leaving a trail from it to your character.
-* To exit the cursor mode, either press the Android back key, or touch the middle of the screen (basically the enter key) while the cursor is over your character '@'.
+* To place the cursor and enter cursor mode, long press (hold finger on) the map position you wish to have selected.
+* To select an item featured in the left hand overview pane with the cursor and enter cursor mode, long press (hold finger on) the entry in the left hand overview panel.
+* To exit the cursor mode, press the Android back key. Pressing the center of the screen (again, the enter key) will move to the cursor position.
* Bad reviews do not contain enough information about complaints and problems. So email (as well) please!
- The move tapping layer turns the screen into an invisible keyboard. See the Android "help" menu option for details.
-- Brogue "feature"?: You may find yourself moving a cursor, and not your character. See the in-game help.
+- Long pressing the screen in "move tapping layer" will perform a mouse click at that position. Read below for a summary, and also the help menu for the complete breakdown.
+Note: Mouse clicks behave exactly the same, as they do in the Linux, Windows or MacOS versions of Brogue. You can use it to select a map location, to quickly move there. You can use it to select an item or monster that is within your field of view, to then move to them. Selection can be cancelled by pressing your device's back key (the escape key). The current selection can be moved towards by pressing the center of the screen (the enter key).
+ public static native void nativeGestureFling(int touchDevId, float x0, float y0, float x1, float y1);