Drag command--does this seem right?

dunbarx dunbarx at aol.com
Wed Dec 21 23:06:29 CET 2016


Hi.

Because the "target" is always the card. Think about this instead:

on mouseMove 
 if the target contains "button"  then --same as "the target <> me" in this
case
    grab the target 
 end if 
end mouseMove 

Now when you click on the button, the target changes from its initial value
(a card reference) to a button reference, and that will invoke "drag". It
isn't so much, in other words, that you click the mouse, it is that the
target changes when you do. The way you wrote the handler, you have to click
to enable drag.

Craig



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