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Dual code required
Writing two sets of code within a single application IS going to be a real pain, not to mention the expense and the increased probability of bugs. One set for "touchy-feely" tablets, and another set for keyboard-centric notebooks and desktops. Since Microsoft has not publicly stated that the UI interface can be bypassed via a Control Panel element, developers have to allow for the fact "it" could or will appear. Now what? Write code to handle it? Write code to disable it and return to traditional interaction? Write code to handle either situation? A real mess.