send mouseup to control

Phil Davis revdev at pdslabs.net
Wed May 24 13:43:59 EDT 2017


Hi Al,

I wonder if the "call" command could simplify things for you. (Probably 
not but I thought I would mention it.)

Otherwise maybe put your mouseUp code in separate handlers outside of 
"mouseUp" so you can have more parameter options in their execution.

Thanks -
Phil Davis


On 5/24/17 10:21 AM, Alejandro Tejada via use-livecode wrote:
> Hi All,
>
> Reading LiveCode Dictionary about the target and send,
> could not find an obvious way to get the name of a message
> sender without putting first this name in another container
> (a custom property, a field or a global variable).
>
> Why do I need to know which control send a message
> to another control?
>
> Because the handler in the control executes different code
> depending of which control sends it a mouseup handler.
>
> For now, I am using a mouseup button parameter that
> could be 1 or 2 or 3. If the control receive a mouseup with
> parameter 1, then executes handler 1. If the mouseup is
> received with a parameter 2 then control executes
> handler 2.
>
> Which other ways could I use to produce the same result?
>
> Al
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