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From Justin Ransom Dallas <justindal...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Understand when mouse stop
Date Tue, 24 Dec 2013 20:39:30 GMT
The only way I can think to have a MouseStopped type of event, because
there isn't one listed
is kind of hackish.  I would add a MouseEvent.Mouse_Move listener to the
top application/stage instance, in the event handler, I would start a timer
with a timeout of some sort, say 2000 ms.  After 2000ms, I would then kick
off my "MouseStopped" logic.  You would just have to make sure you handle
your references and handlers properly so they don't build up and possibly
degrade performance.

On Tue, Dec 24, 2013 at 10:03 AM, oscaroxy <scriviaoscar@yahoo.it> wrote:

> Do exist a event/method in order to understand when mouse stop?
> I use move mouse event and I would run a method after move mouse event and
> when the mouse's stopped!
> I tried by enter_frame, but the method run more that one time...
> thanks
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Justin Dallas

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