the grabbedObject?

Eric Chatonet eric.chatonet at sosmartsoftware.com
Mon Dec 22 04:45:16 EST 2008


Bonjour Mark,

Actually, I think you wrote the answer to your question already :-)

on mouseDown -- in the button's script
   set the GrabbedObject of this cd to the long ID of me
   grab me
end mouseDown
--------------------------------------------
on mouseEnter -- in a field's script
   set the backColor of (the GrabbedObject of this cd) to <color>
   set the opaque of (the GrabbedObject of this cd) to true
end mouseEnter
--------------------------------------------
on mouseLeave
   set the opaque of (the GrabbedObject of this cd) to false
end mouseLeave

Custom properties are really useful ;-)

Le 22 déc. 08 à 06:36, Mark Swindell a écrit :

> I've got a transparent button.  I'm grabbing it.  When the button  
> goes over a white field I want its color to change to black, when  
> it moves over a green field I want it to change to yellow.
>
> Is there a way to refer to such an object from within a script so that
>
> on mouseEnter
> set the textColor of the grabbedObject to "yellow"
> end mouseEnter
>
> Currently I have it change color on mouseUp based on whether the  
> loc of "me" (the grabbedButton) is within the rect of field "white"  
> or field "yellow" but it's not what I want.



Best regards from Paris,
Eric Chatonet.
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