From: Matt Felsen <matt@iw...> - 2001-12-16 15:49:06
Take a look at this page of mouse events:
It's the documentation for wxWindows, not wxPerl, so the usage may be slightly different in Perl than in C++, but it should give you an idea.
Also, you might want to bookmark the wxWindows documentation:
--- Alexander F.Gutfeldt <perluser@...> wrote:
>On Sun, 16 Dec 2001 11:49:16 +0100, you wrote:
>>> - Right-Click event ( I ask because this has been difficult in
>>> Win32::GUI )
>Great! But ..
>Where can I find a sample for a Right-Click.. or a lead in a document? I ha=
>GUI where I need to (need as in: would like to) detect a right-click on a
>Greetings from Berne, Switzerland
>wxperl-users mailing list
On Mon, 17 Dec 2001, Marcus wrote:
>On 16.12.01 at 11:49 Mattia Barbon wrote:
>>> - Windows System Tray Icon
>>In CVS, will be in the next release ( Wx::TaskBarIcon )
>Btw, what is the equivalent when using the Linux version?
>If it uses GTK, then Gnome would be the desktop, so does it only work
>if the user is running Gnome?
No, currently it is MSW only ( because no one implemented it for
>>> - Tooltips
>>Yes ( Wx::Tooltip )
>Just tried it out, works nicely. That is a very welcome sight after
>missing it on Win32::GUI.
>This one does balloon help. What do you use to display the information
>in the statusbar?
>Many apps always show Tooltips in the statusbar, and make balloon help
>an additional option.
I don't think it is possible at the moment, but I need to look at
wxWindows' code, first.
>Thanks for the list of implemented widgets. Very impressive. I think
>I'm convinced of wxPerl now :-)
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