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Hi,

I want to set up a free form doodle area on a web page so that the user can draw with a pen on a touch screen display. Can this be done with HTML?

Thanks,

Paul
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Can you recommend a web language to achieve this request? If so, what language?
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I think you may be able to do such a thing with dhtml, java, or maybe even a really intricate javascript code. If it's possible you will probably find it at www.hotscripts.com.

Frank
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