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NAME

       SoMouseButtonEvent -

       The SoMouseButtonEvent class contains information about mousebutton interaction.

       When the user presses any buttons on the mouse, these will be translated from a system
       specific event into a Coin event and sent to the scenegraph by using instances of this
       class.

SYNOPSIS

       #include <Inventor/events/SoMouseButtonEvent.h>

       Inherits SoButtonEvent.

   Public Types
       enum Button { ANY, BUTTON1, BUTTON2, BUTTON3, BUTTON4, BUTTON5 }

   Public Member Functions
       SoMouseButtonEvent (void)
       virtual ~SoMouseButtonEvent ()
       void setButton (Button button)
       Button getButton (void) const

   Static Public Member Functions
       static void initClass (void)
       static SbBool isButtonPressEvent (const SoEvent *e, Button whichButton)
       static SbBool isButtonReleaseEvent (const SoEvent *e, Button whichButton)
       static SbBool enumToString (Button enumval, SbString &stringrep)

Detailed Description

       The SoMouseButtonEvent class contains information about mousebutton interaction.

       When the user presses any buttons on the mouse, these will be translated from a system
       specific event into a Coin event and sent to the scenegraph by using instances of this
       class.

       See also:
           SoEvent, SoButtonEvent, SoSpaceballButtonEvent, SoKeyboardEvent

           SoEventCallback, SoHandleEventAction

Member Enumeration Documentation

   enum SoMouseButtonEvent::Button This enum contains all mouse buttons detected by Coin.
       Enumerator:

       ANY    Unknown button.

       BUTTON1
              First mouse button (usually the leftmost button).

       BUTTON2
              Second mouse button (usually the middle button).

       BUTTON3
              Third mouse button (usually the rightmost button).

       BUTTON4
              Fourth mouse button (typically from a wheelmouse). This is not part of the original
              Open Inventor API.

       BUTTON5
              Fifth mouse button (typically from a wheelmouse). This is not part of the original
              Open Inventor API.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

   SoMouseButtonEvent::SoMouseButtonEvent (void) Constructor.
   SoMouseButtonEvent::~SoMouseButtonEvent () [virtual] Destructor.

Member Function Documentation

   void SoMouseButtonEvent::initClass (void) [static] Initialize the type information data.
       Reimplemented from SoButtonEvent.

   void SoMouseButtonEvent::setButton (SoMouseButtonEvent::Buttonbuttonarg) Set the value of the
       button which the user interacted with.
       This method is used from the window specific device classes when translating events to the
       generic Coin library.

       See also:
           getButton()

   SoMouseButtonEvent::Button SoMouseButtonEvent::getButton (void) const Returns the value of the
       button which was pressed or released.
       See also:
           getState()

           wasShiftDown(), wasCtrlDown(), wasAltDown(), getPosition(), getTime()

   SbBool SoMouseButtonEvent::isButtonPressEvent (const SoEvent *e,
       SoMouseButtonEvent::ButtonwhichButton) [static] Convenience method for quickly checking if
       the given event is a press on the given button, whichButton.
       See also:
           isButtonReleaseEvent(), isOfType(), getButton(), getState()

   SbBool SoMouseButtonEvent::isButtonReleaseEvent (const SoEvent *e,
       SoMouseButtonEvent::ButtonwhichButton) [static] Convenience method for quickly checking if
       the given event is a release of the given button, whichButton.
       See also:
           isButtonPressEvent(), isOfType(), getButton(), getState()

   SbBool SoMouseButtonEvent::enumToString (Buttonenumval, SbString &stringrep) [static] Converts
       from an enum value of type SoMouseButtonEvent::Button to a string containing the enum
       symbol.
       This function is an extension for Coin, and it is not available in the original SGI Open
       Inventor v2.1 API.

       Since:
           Coin 3.0

Author

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