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From Roger and Beth Whitcomb <RogerandB...@rbwhitcomb.com>
Subject Re: Question about mouse location
Date Wed, 15 Jun 2011 01:24:18 GMT
Well, currently the only implication is that I don't get a wait cursor 
when I hit the Enter key on my dialog if the mouse hasn't moved.  So, 
not a real big deal.


On 6/14/11 5:52 PM, Greg Brown wrote:
> Actually, it is supposed to work as you describe. 
> TerraDialogSkin#windowOpened() calls reenterMouse() on the display, 
> which should trigger a mouse over on the current component. However, 
> after stepping through the code, I see a number of reasons why this 
> does not happen. I'm not sure yet what the right solution might be.
> How big of an issue is this for you?
> G
> On Jun 14, 2011, at 6:53 PM, Roger L. Whitcomb wrote:
>> Question: if I have a button (for instance) which when pressed opens 
>> a dialog such that this dialog is positioned right where the button 
>> is, so that it obscures the button, should there be any component on 
>> the new dialog that has “isMouseOver()” true (without moving the 
>> mouse after the dialog opens)?  It seems like there isn’t any until 
>> the mouse moves, although I haven’t conclusively proven that.  But, 
>> should the dialog/window “open” trigger a pseudo-mouse move so that 
>> the component now under the mouse has its “mouseLocation” set?  Or am 
>> I asking too much??  Thanks.
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