target(), mouseControl(), etc. when mouse button is down
monte at sweattechnologies.com
Thu Oct 16 20:37:08 EDT 2003
> On Thursday, October 16, 2003, at 05:38 PM, Monte Goulding wrote:
> >> What is the best way to find out which control the mouse is over when
> >> the mouse button is depressed? Functions such as target() within a
> >> mouseMove handler and mouseControl() placed in the group script always
> >> return the control the user clicked on rather than the control the
> >> mouse is currently over.
> >> I have a scenario where I have a series of buttons grouped together.
> >> If a user clicks on one of the buttons and moves over another button
> >> with the mouse button still depressed then I want to shift focus to
> >> that button. I haven't fond an efficient way of shifting focus since
> >> it is difficult to find out when the user moves over different
> >> controls
> >> with the mouse button down.
> > Use a mouseMove handler on the card and the target
> In my tests the mouseMove handler will always return the target() or
> mouseControl() of the control the user clicked on rather than the
> control the mouse is currently over. Is there something I am missing
> that will allow me to get the id of the control the mouse is over while
> the mouse button is being held down?
Oops sorry, mouseMove and the within function...
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