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Date Posted: 19:52:26 09/13/02 Fri
Author: Alfred
Subject: Re: OnClick Problem
In reply to: Michel 's message, "Re: OnClick Problem" on 06:40:00 09/12/02 Thu

OK, I got the click event through to the OnClick handler using the MouseDown event.

Now, how do I detect a double click?

And once I detect a MouseMove, will I be able to pass that to the TFrame's drag events?

>The TImageScrollBox transfers the mouse events to the
>mouse handler that is currently being used. See the
>MouseHandler property in the help file.
>You can use these properties instead to handle mouse
>events on the TImageScrollBox:
> property OnImageMouseMove : TMouseMoveEvent
> property OnImageMouseDown : TMouseEvent
> property OnImageMouseUp : TMouseEvent

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