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Check that multi-point or path-based gestures can also be operated with a single-pointer
Authors must ensure that their content can be accessed and operated without complex gestures. Functions need to be operable using a single pointer (such as a single-click/tap, click/tap-and-hold, or double-click/tap). Functions requiring complex multi-point or path-based gestures (such as swiping, dragging, pinching, or drawing) should have equivalent single-point activation methods unless the gesture is considered essential (such as signing your name, or part of the user agent, such as scrolling the screen).