Bob Sneidar bobs at
Mon Jun 25 12:30:59 EDT 2012

Try creating a mouseWithin handler in both the table control and the behavior button and put a breakpoint at the beginning of each. See which fires first. 


On Jun 23, 2012, at 12:59 PM, Peter Haworth wrote:

> It would appear that a mouseWithin handler can't be used in a behavior
> script?  The mouseWithin message seems to be sent to the button containing
> the behavior script, not the control that references the behavior button.
> Am I misunderstanding?  If not, any suggestions for how to overcome this?
> I am using the mouseWithin message to figure out which line/column of a
> table control the mouse is over so I can build an appropriate tooltip.
> Thanks,
> Pete
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