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If you can confirm I will upload a fix by switching the method used to detect touch devices. You don't have a touchscreen do you?
In the meantime, you might try Internet Explorer - it has different touch support.
Would you mind clicking here and pasting into the comment box what appears?
For example, I see this:tablet tier: 0iphone tier: 0uagent: mozilla/5.0 (windows nt 6.2; wow64) applewebkit/537.36 (khtml, like gecko) chrome/27.0.1453.110 safari/537.36android phone: 0iphone: 0ipad: 0ipod: 0android tablet: 0
If any of those show as '1' then that would be very useful to know. But I suspect your results will be almost identical to mine, in which case I will be stumped.
Can you describe how to trigger the effect? So you open a puzzle, click on a cell and it does not always go green immediately with a single click? Or the first cell does, but subsequent squares you click on don't always go on the first click? If you press the space bar, does it toggle green/blue reliably? What if you click on the solution/pencilmarks radio buttons at top-right - do they work reliably?
When you open a Hitori, Hanjie or Nurikabe, does the right mouse button have the same problem, and if not then does the left mouse button still have the problem in those players?
When I open the puzzle, the first click always responds properly, and every keyboard command responds well. Arrow keys show no lag at all in navigating the puzzle. The mouse functions in a Hitori show no problem whatsoever. When I most notice it is as I'm finishing a solution and I'm rapidly moving around the puzzle to fill in the final answers. The sequence is: click, enter the value, click on the next cell (and it may not respond the first time). If it doesn't then I end up inserting the next value in the last cell I clicked.
I've only seen this behaviour on Mobile Chrome where it sends both touch and click events but not in a consistent order and so the behaviour appears random. It shouldn't happen on a desktop browser without touch though, so I'm a bit confused about that because when the player registers touch handlers it also changes to the keypad view - so if that's not happening for you then there's no chance of touch and click confusion.
Does it work correctly in Internet Explorer? If it does, then what about Firefox?
If anyone else reading this has had something similar, please let me know!
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