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control doesn't have anything in common with our touch framework, except the fact that it's indicating where is active touch area is and where the selection starts/ends. The touch area by itself, is a bit bigger than the control which you sent us captured in your previous post - it has a 25px diameter and it's "above" the TouchSelector.
In addition, I've attached to my reply the default style of the TouchSelector. You can place this style in an appropriate place in your application and modify it in a way you wish.
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