intersect function (was) "grabbing a tool"

Alan Gayne alanIra9 at mac.com
Sat Dec 7 19:13:01 EST 2002


I know that the intersect function returns whether or not two known 
objects overlap - but Is there any way to determine whether a single 
specifically known object (e.g. a newly created button) overlaps any 
other objects, and the identities of these previously unknown objects?

something like:

	put intersectsWith (the target) into the IntersectingObjects

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks is advance,
Alan

On Saturday, December 7, 2002, at 02:30  PM, Jeanne A. E. DeVoto wrote:

> At 11:18 AM -0800 12/3/02, Barry Levine wrote:
>> Now I'm wondering how to determine when the object ("me") I am 
>> dragging
>> touches another object. In other words, if I drag "me" over an image
>> object that is moving around the stack window on its own accord (I 
>> have
>> set it into motion), how do I know if I have successfully "touched" 
>> it?
>
> Check out the intersect function (not to be confused with the intersect
> command...).
>
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