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From madprog <madp...@htkc.org>
Subject Re: gettarget() problem
Date Tue, 08 Apr 2008 01:17:32 GMT
What if you try to call the .getTarget() method ?

Paul

Le 8 avr. 08 à 02:53, Morkulth a écrit :
>
> Hello.
>
> I have seen numerous examples on how to select an element from a  
> JSVGCanvas,
> all using event.gettarget();
>
> Problem is,im not getting the .gettarget() method.
>
> I use NetBeans, and go to the JSVGCanvas properties, select a method  
> to
> apply onmouseclick.
> Here is my code :
>
>    private void jSVGCanvas1MouseClicked(java.awt.event.MouseEvent  
> evt) {
>        Element selected = (Element)evt.gettarget;
>
> //my changes here
>   }
>
> it gives me an error, of not finding the gettarget method.
>
>
> Note: if i add the listener manually i get the method, but can´t  
> make it to
> work.
>
> Thank's for your time.
>
> Filipe
> Any ideas?
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