pavel.safrata at oracle.com
Fri Apr 27 09:19:00 PDT 2012
Again, you need to consider the hierarchy - the event would have to
change the value during the capturing/bubbling phases, which we don't
want to do, and also the parent would never get the event if the child
On 27.4.2012 18:10, Alexander Kouznetsov wrote:
> I think we'll be in a good shape if we add this flag into
> mouseReleased event that tells us whether the mouse was pressed on the
> same node.
> Best regards,
> Alexander Kouznetsov
> On 27.04.2012 19:46, Pavel Safrata wrote:
>>> Could you please list all the differences between listening to
>>> mouseReleased and mouseClicked events?
>> Currently the only difference is that the MouseReleased event is
>> delivered always to the node that was pressed, regardless of where
>> the mouse has traveled, whereas the MouseClicked event is delivered
>> only to the node that was both pressed and released.
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