%AX_TKEVENT_MIDDLE_CLICK

Call extension for middle click event

WTSupported in traditional Synergy on Windows

 

 

 

value = %AX_TKEVENT_MIDDLE_CLICK(resv_1, resv_2, ^VAL(container_id), 
&      ^VAL(D_EVENT_MIDDLE_CLICK), ^VAL(col_cell), ^VAL(row_cell),
&      ^VAL(col_pix), ^VAL(row_pix), ^VAL(add_info))

Return value

value

The return value for the method. On Windows, this function always returns true unless the extension returns false. On UNIX, this function will cause an error if invoked. On OpenVMS, it returns true. (^VAL)

Arguments

resv_1, resv_2

Reserved for internal use. (a)

container_id

The ID of the Toolkit container window for the ActiveX control. This must be passed by value. (i)

D_EVENT_MIDDLE_CLICK

The event code for the event that invokes the extension. This must be passed by value. (i)

col_cell

The horizontal position (x axis) as a cell column number. This must be passed by value. (i)

row_cell

The vertical position (y axis) as a cell row number. This must be passed by value. (i)

col_pix

The horizontal position (x axis) as a pixel column number. This must be passed by value. (i)

row_pix

The vertical position (y axis) as a pixel row number. This must be passed by value. (i)

add_info

Additional mouse click information. This must be passed by value. (i)

D_AREA_CLIENT

Click was in client area.

D_AREA_NONCLIENT

Click was in non‑client area.

D_BUTTON_LEFT

Left mouse button was down during click.

D_BUTTON_MIDDLE

Middle mouse button was down during click.

D_BUTTON_RIGHT

Right mouse button was down during click.

D_KEY_CONTROL

Control key was down during click.

D_KEY_SHIFT

Shift key was down during click.

D_LSTCLK_FOOTER

Click was in footer section.

D_LSTCLK_HEADER

Click was in header section.

D_LSTCLK_ONLINE

Click was on a line.

Discussion

If you passed the prefix argument to %AX_TKSINGLE or %GRID_CREATE, and a routine with the name prefix_TKEVENT_MIDDLE_CLICK was available when the container was created, %AX_TKEVENT_MIDDLE_CLICK calls your extension routine for the D_EVENT_MIDDLE_CLICK event. If you didn’t pass the prefix argument, %AX_TKEVENT_MIDDLE_CLICK does nothing.

This routine is part of the method set that’s registered when you use %AX_TKSINGLE or %GRID_CREATE.

See also