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Date Posted: 18:10:35 02/07/02 Thu
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: OnClick Event and Mouse Cursor Setting
In reply to: Bret 's message, "Re: OnClick Event and Mouse Cursor Setting" on 10:33:33 02/07/02 Thu


Hi Bret,

These events were introduced in version 1.1. You can download it from the web site.

Best regards,

Michel

>Thank You Michael:
>
>However, these events are not in the source code I
>have. There is the TMouseHandler classes, but no
>property OnImageMouseMove.
>
>Looks like most files are dated 11/7/1999
>
>Please give me a link to the latest code, if I am
>missing something.
>
>Thank You
>
>Bret
>
>>
>>Hi Bret,
>>
>>The ImageScrollBox keeps traps the mouse event for its
>>internal handling. It exposes, three new events,
>>
>> property OnImageMouseMove : TMouseMoveEvent read
>>FOnImageMouseMove
>> write
>>FOnImageMouseMove;
>> property OnImageMouseDown : TMouseEvent read
>>FOnImageMouseDown
>> write
>>FOnImageMouseDown;
>> property OnImageMouseUp : TMouseEvent read
>>FOnImageMouseUp
>> write
>>FOnImageMouseUp;
>>
>>To trap the mouse events. You can can the cursor in
>>mouse down/up events.
>>
>>Another alternative is to create a class derived from
>>TMouseHandler combined with the
>>ImageScrollBox.MouseHandler property.
>>
>>The OnMouseDown event is not available (you use
>>OnImageMouseDown), but the OnClick event in the
>>TImageScrollBox should be available.
>>
>>Best regards,
>>
>>Michel
>>

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