Sounds simple .. Hold the Trackpad, move the finger, release .. But somehow swipe is not being triggered (pan is triggered instead)
UISwipeGestureRecognizer *swipeGesture = [[UISwipeGestureRecognizer alloc]
UIPanGestureRecognizer *panGesture = [[UIPanGestureRecognizer alloc]
[v addGestureRecognizer: panGesture];
By definition, a swipe gesture is necessarily also a pan gesture -- both involve translational movement of touch points. The difference is in the recognizer semantics: a pan recognizer looks for the beginning of translational movement and continues to report movement in any direction over time, while a swipe recognizer makes an instantaneous decision as to whether the user's touches moved linearly in the required direction.
By default, no two recognizers will recognize the same gesture, so there's a conflict between pan and swipe. Most likely, your pan recognizer "wins" the conflict because its gesture is simpler / more general: A swipe is a pan but a pan may not be a swipe, so the pan recognizes first and excludes other recognizers.
You should be able to resolve this conflict using the delegate method
gestureRecognizer:shouldRecognizeSimultaneouslyWithGestureRecognizer:, or perhaps without delegation by making the pan recognizer depend on the swipe recognizer with
With the conflict resolved, you should be able to simulate a one-finger swipe by quickly dragging the mouse. (Though as the mouse is more precise than your finger, it's a bit more finicky than doing the real thing on a device.) Two-finger pan/swipe can be done by holding the Option & Shift keys.