Created on 2017-02-14 18:38 by Ted Shaneyfelt2, last changed 2017-02-19 15:30 by xiang.zhang.
|msg287789 - (view)||Author: Ted Shaneyfelt (Ted Shaneyfelt2)||Date: 2017-02-14 18:38|
There way mouse captures are done, mouse-over events seem to be disabled while dragging. This makes it difficult to provides hints as feedback, and more complicated than it should be to detect when dropping over a particular line object. Tk may not directly support it, but is there any way of getting into its guts to provide an option to re-enable mouse-over events while dragging? Or even providing a tuple with the pending mouse-overs upon release? or perhaps even simulate a mouse-up-mouse-down sequence to allow the events to propagate through and consume the noise within tkinter? Or even detect that there is a pending mouseover waiting for the mouseup event and delivering it along with the mouseup or notifying within the event that there is one pending?
+ gpolo, serhiy.storchaka|
|2017-02-14 18:38:59||Ted Shaneyfelt2||create|