Button does not receive mouseUP after disabling then enabling button

Randy Hengst iowahengst at mac.com
Sat Aug 15 22:18:53 CEST 2015


Martin,

I’m using LC 6.7.5 on Mac OSX 10.2 and can duplicate your observations.

A couple other things… if at your step 3 you use an command>option>click on the button (to see the script) it shows the script of the card.

And if you change your button script to this… it works fine.

on mouseUp
   setState "off"
   wait 3 seconds with messages
   setState "on"
end mouseUp

be well,
randy

Randy Hengst
www.classroomFocusedSoftware.com


> On Aug 15, 2015, at 3:09 PM, Mike Bonner <bonnmike at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> Cant duplicate it (on 6.7.4,don't have 6.7.3) windows 10. Its working as
> expected for me.
> 
> On Sat, Aug 15, 2015 at 1:45 PM, Martin Koob <mkoob at rogers.com> wrote:
> 
>> I have a button that when the user clicks it it needs to be disabled till a
>> process that the mouseUp started is done then it is re-enabled once the
>> process is done and the user should be able to click it again.
>> 
>> The problem I am encountering is that once the button is re-enabled if the
>> mouse has not moved within the button after the mouse was re-enabled the
>> mouseUp is not received by the button script.
>> 
>> If you move the mouse before clicking then the button script will receive
>> the mouseUp.
>> If you click the button without moving after it was reenabled then click
>> again the mouseUp from the second click will be received.
>> 
>> You can replicate this by following these steps.
>> 
>> 1. put the following script in a button.
>> 
>> on mouseUp
>>      setState "off"
>>      send "setState on" to me in 3 seconds
>> end mouseUp
>> 
>> on setState pState
>>   lock screen
>>   if pState is "on" then
>>      enable me
>>      set the name of me to "on"
>>   else
>>      disable me
>>      set the name of me to "off"
>>   end if
>>   unlock screen
>> end setState
>> 
>> 2. click the button but don't move the mouse pointer after that. (not
>> moving
>> pointer works best with clicking on trackpad)
>> ->the button will be disabled then enabled in 3 seconds.
>> 3. click the button a second time
>> ->nothing happens.
>> 4. click the button a third time
>> ->the mouseUp is received this time
>> 
>> If in step 2 you move the mouse within the button after it is enabled
>> before
>> clicking it the mouseUp will be received.
>> 
>> It seems by disabling and reenabling the mouseButton LC loses track of
>> where
>> the mouse pointer is so the button does not receive the click.   Is there a
>> way to remind the button that the mouse is over it without physically
>> moving
>> the mouse?   I tried locking the screen or sending mouseMove messages to
>> the
>> button once it is enabled but that does not  work.
>> 
>> Is this a known issue?  Should I post a bug report?  I am using LC 6.7.3.
>> 
>> Martin Koob
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
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