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Date Posted: 07:53:30 11/03/00 Fri
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: 2 problems, OnClick event
In reply to: Steen Jansdal 's message, "2 problems" on 10:17:55 11/02/00 Thu

Dear Steen,

I assume you are refering to the OnClick event on the TImageScrollBox. The TImageScrollBox

transfers the mouse events to the MouseHandler object of the image scroll box. This is

required for the different mouse modes (drag, rubberband).

If you want to perform you own mouse handling you need to create a class derived from

TMouseHandler, and assign it as the MouseHandler of the TImageScrollBox.

You will get more information on this in the online help under TMouseHandler. I you are

using the evaluation version, I can send you the EnRubber.Pas unit which is a good example

of a mouse handler.

Best regards,


> I'm having two problems:
> My OnClick function never gets fired.
> In an OnMouseDown function the Sender is
> not pointing at something meaningful.
> What do I do wrong?

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