Direct Touch with Force and Time Delay

By default the app uses Direct touch. For Direct Touch, progression is your finger moving to your desired button, and selection is the tapping of this button.
Two settings have been made available to customise the Direct touch to fit your specific fine-motor skills needs. These options are Force and Time delay. They can be especially useful for users who struggle to control their movements, which leads to a number of unwanted interactions with the app. The two options are mutually exclusive.
The first customisation is Time Delay. When Time Delay is enabled, you will need to press down on your desired button for a set amount of time to activate it. A timer will keep you informed of the remaining time before the button is selected. You can set up the Time delay duration from 1 to 15 seconds using the slider.
The other option is Force Delay. Enabling this setting will make the screen freeze after the first tap. While the screen is frozen, touching the screen will not trigger any actions. A customisable timer will keep you informed of the remaining time before the screen will unfreeze. You can set up the Force Delay duration from 1 to 15 seconds using the slider.

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