Message XbpActiveXControl():xbeM_LbClick Foundation

Left mouse button clicked.

:lbClick := {| aPos, uNIL, self | ... }
:lbClick ( <aPos> ) --> self
<aPos> is an array containing two elements { nX, nY } that specify the current position of the mouse pointer. By default, the coordinates are relative to the lower left corner of the parent.

This method returns the object executing the method (self).


The xbeM_LbClick event is generated when the ActiveX control is clicked with the left mouse button (the button is pressed and immediately released). If the key is held down too long, the event xbeM_LbUp is generated instead of xbeM_LbClick. xbeM_LbUp indicates that the mouse button was released. <aPos> contains the current position of the mouse pointer and corresponds to the first message parameter of the function AppEvent().

The xbeM_LbClick event is generated only if the ActiveX control connected to the XbpActiveXControl object reacts to mouse input. See the method :click()for further information. Also, clicking the left mouse button can generate different events depending on the ActiveX control where the mouse click occurred. Please see the documentation that came with the ActiveX control.


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