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Mobile/Touch usage

Congratulations, DragSelect can be used on a mobile by default 🎉

Keep in mind that using DragSelect on a mobile/touch device will also turn off the default scroll behavior (on click + drag interaction).

In 99% of the use-cases, this is what you want.

However, if DragSelect is only one part of a website, and you still want to be able to scroll the page on mobile, you can use an area see settings. This way the default scroll behavior remains intact for the rest of the page.

For example like this:

const ds = new DragSelect({
selectables: document.querySelectorAll('.selectable'),
area: document.querySelector('#area'),