Is this weird or is it me?

Eric Chatonet eric.chatonet at
Wed Oct 11 13:18:31 EDT 2006

Hi Ken,

I agree and disagree at the same time:
A disabled button is a disabled button regardless of any of its other  
But, when it's disabled, should it not exist as it's the case now.
I think you are right: the answer is no :-)

Best Regards from Paris,
Eric Chatonet

Le 11 oct. 06 à 19:02, Ken Ray a écrit :

> On 10/11/06 11:55 AM, "Lars Brehmer" <larsbrehmer at> wrote:
>> I just wrestled with a problem, finally solving it by trying
>> something that in my opinion shouldn't be necessary, but why this was
>> necessary makes no sense to me whatsoever.  Can anyone explain this?
> Yes, it's a bug (IMHO)... :-)
> The reason I say this is that the button's "opaque" property should  
> control
> (once again, IMHO) whether mouse clicks are trapped. Since a  
> disabled button
> has its opaque property still "true" means that it should continue  
> to trap
> mouse clicks. The fact that it doesn't tells me it's a bug.
> So unless there's some dissenting opinion on this, I'd recommend  
> logging
> this as a bug in Bugzilla.
> Ken Ray
> Sons of Thunder Software
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> Email: kray at

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