Implementing a custom drag

Keith Culotta (5/7/14 10:32AM)


Keith Culotta (5/7/14 10:32 AM)

If I?=80ôm picturing this right, the picture method, seeing a click,
can
find out what was clicked and start the timer.
The Form?=80ôs method can then use Get Mouse on each timer pass to
see if
the mouse button is still down and go to the drag routine, or see if
the button is up and stop the timer if it is.

Keith
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Dimensions, Inc.

On May 7, 2014, at 9:09 AM, Peter Jakobsson <lists@...
wrote:

color><param>00000,0000,DDEE/param>OOn 7 May 2014, at 15:54, Keith
Culotta wrote:

/color><color><param>8826F,0000,8219/param>TTh On Timer event should
fire regardless of the mouse button state. =A0Could another part of
the
Case statement be getting all the attention? =A0Like:
/color><color><param>00000,0000,DDEE/param>
Hi Keith

Thanks for that clarification.

I've got the "On Timer" as the first test in the case statement, but
something like what you suggested is happening. I think the problem is
that I have a 3D button at the corner of the rectangle who's "On
CLick" event handler sets the "flag" for the On Timer event as
described in the tech note.

It's that button's On Click event which is suspending the execution. I
need to find another way of triggering the flag so that that doesn't
happen. I don't know how the SVG example deals with that.

Peter
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On May 7, 2014, at 9:39 AM, Keisuke Miyako <Keisuke.Miyako@...
wrote:

color><param>00000,0000,DDEE/param>HHello,

On Timer (or any form event) is disabled during mouse down, if, and
only
if (to my understanding), if you have the ?=80&uacute;Draggable?=80&ugrave;
property
activated
(which should not be necessary, as you intend to roll out your own)
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