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Date Posted: 21:01:14 03/12/00 Sun
Author: Michel
Subject: Capturing mouse events in the TImageScrollBox component

The TImageScrollBox actuall keeps the mouse events to itself, in order to allow dragging an image when it is displayed.

Starting with version 1.04, there is a new MouseMode
property, which determines how the mouse events are handled
on the TImageScrollBox. There are two predefined modes,
mmDrag (which is the default mouse mode previous to version
1.04), and mmQuickSelect which allows selected an region
with the mouse.

It's now possible to create custom mouse handling
by setting the MouseMode property to mmUser, and deriving a
class from the new TMouseHandler class. You'll find more
details in the latest help file.

This does require a bit of work for custom mouse handlers, but I think it is the most flexible approach.

Best regards,


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