gbojsza at gmail.com
Tue Nov 9 14:57:37 EST 2010
Yes it works BUT it doesn't constrain itself to the graphic.
I want it to only to report the points if the user includes the graphic when
they d their drag... as it currently stands it reports coordinates even if
the user does not drag across the graphic.
But other that that it is total a different perspective on how I was looking
at the problem... I was too focused on the graphic.
On Tue, Nov 9, 2010 at 12:27 PM, Phil Davis <revdev at pdslabs.net> wrote:
> Hi Glen,
> See if this works:
> -- card script --
> local h1, h2, v1, v2
> on mouseDown
> put the clickH into h1
> put the clickV into v1
> end mouseDown
> on mouseUp
> put the mouseH into h2
> put the mouseV into v2
> put grcDragRegion()
> end mouseUp
> function grcDragRegion
> -- define mouse drag rect
> put min(h1,h2) into tMouseLeft
> put max(h1,h2) into tMouseRight
> put min(v1,v2) into tMouseTop
> put max(v1,v2) into tMouseBottom
> -- define overlap of mouse drag rect & grc rect
> put max(tMouseLeft, the left of grc 1) into item 1 of tOverlapRect
> put max(tMouseTop, the top of grc 1) into item 2 of tOverlapRect
> put min(tMouseRight, the right of grc 1) into item 3 of tOverlapRect
> put min(tMouseBottom, the bottom of grc 1) into item 4 of tOverlapRect
> -- return it
> return tOverlapRect
> end grcDragRegion
> Phil Davis
> On 11/9/10 10:48 AM, Glen Bojsza wrote:
>> I have a problem which I am not certain which method is valid or should be
>> used (with Rev / Livecode there are sometimes too many ways of achieving a
>> I have a graphic on a card left 62 right 462.
>> My objective is to allow a user to left click and drag across the graphic
>> if selecting a section of it.
>> I need start left,top,right,bottom and end left,top,right,bottom.
>> The only interest is knowing the start of the drag when inside the graphic
>> and the end of the drag inside the graphic... with the following caveats.
>> - The user may start the drag either outside the graphic and then
>> continue the drag into the graphic (which is the start point) or start
>> drag inside the graphic which would be the start point.
>> - The user may release the mouse button inside the graphic which
>> indicates the stop point or release the mouse button outside the
>> where the stop point is at the point of the mouse leaving the graphic.
>> This seems like it should be simple but I am getting tied down but trying
>> over complicate it?
>> This is for Windows and Linux .
>> Any elegant or simple solutions out there?
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