Polling the mouse state

Campbell Alistair alistair.campbell at dhhs.tas.gov.au
Thu Feb 21 19:45:00 EST 2002


What a web site. Very, very nice!

You didn't do that using Revolution did you?

Alistair Campbell
Senior Clinical Psychologist
Manager, CAMHS(N): "Oakrise"
3 Kelham St, Launceston, Tas, 7250
Ph:	(03) 6336 2867
Fax:	(03) 6336 2886
Email:	<mailto:Alistair.Campbell at dhhs.tas.gov.au>

-----Original Message-----
From: Scott Rossi [mailto:scott at tactilemedia.com]
Sent: Friday, 22 February 2002 11:07 AM
To: use-revolution at lists.runrev.com
Subject: Re: Polling the mouse state

On Thursday, February 21, 2002, at 03:27  PM, Ken Norris (dialup) wrote:

>>> Doesn't "grab" do what you want? I think it suspends other messages 
>>> while
>>> the user is dragging and automatically exits when the user lets go of 
>>> the
>>> mouse button.
>> No, drag doesn't let me check whether the object has been dragged into 
>> the
>> bounds of another while the dragging is still going on.
> ----------
> I need to do the exact same thing in an eduware game stack. I'll be 
> watching
> for the solutions while trying my own.

Is this what you folks are trying to do?



Scott Rossi
Creative Director, Tactile Media
scott at tactilemedia.com

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