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MouseEventArgs

Wisej.Web.MouseEventArgs
Namespace: Wisej.Web
Assembly: Wisej.Framework (3.1.0.0)
Provides data for the MouseUp, MouseDown, and MouseMove events.
C#
VB.NET
public class MouseEventArgs : EventArgs
Public Class MouseEventArgs
Inherits EventArgs

Constructors

MouseEventArgs(button, clicks, x, y, delta)

Initializes a new instance of the MouseEventArgs class.
Name
Type
Description
button
One of the MouseButtons values that indicate which mouse button was pressed.
clicks
Int32
The number of times a mouse button was pressed.
x
Int32
The x-coordinate of a pointer click, in pixels.
y
Int32
The y-coordinate of a pointer click, in pixels.
delta
Int32
A signed count of the number of dents the wheel has rotated.

MouseEventArgs(button, clicks, x, y, delta, role)

Initializes a new instance of the MouseEventArgs class.
Name
Type
Description
button
One of the MouseButtons values that indicate which mouse button was pressed.
clicks
Int32
The number of times a mouse button was pressed.
x
Int32
The x-coordinate of a pointer click, in pixels.
y
Int32
The y-coordinate of a pointer click, in pixels.
delta
Int32
A signed count of the number of dents the wheel has rotated.
role
String
The internal role assigned to the element that generated the pointer event.

Properties

Button

MouseButtons: Returns which mouse button was pressed.

Clicks

Int32: Returns the number of clicks or taps.

Delta

Int32: Returns the number of times the mouse wheel has rotated.

Location

Point: Returns the location of the mouse or pointer event.

OriginalTarget

Control: Returns the original target Control when the pointer event has bubbled up because the original target was either not Enabled or Anonymous.

Role

String: Returns the internal role assigned to the element that generated the pointer event: checkbox, button, ...
The value in the Role property is taken from the "role" attribute of the clicked element inside the widget. You can detect clicks on custom HTML content by adding the role attribute to the custom element.

X

Int32: Returns the x-coordinate of the mouse or touch event.

Y

Int32: Returns the y-coordinate of the mouse or touch event.

Used By

Name
Description
Represents the method that will handle the MouseDown, MouseUp, or MouseMove event of a form, control, or other component.