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Jens Arnheim
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Hi, it's me again

I found some solution for my problem mentioned above in the
other thread, but that hasn't been an ultimate solution for
the whole task.

I'm still searching for a possibility to get the mouse position
in a cTabItem irrespective of several widgets in this tab.
Is there an other way than disabling all these widgets while
dragging around one widget in my tab?

Thanks a lot,
Jens
 
Maneesh Godbole
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Which other thread? Care to post a link here so that everyone is on the same page?
 
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The other thread was here, but unfortunately there is no reply.

Please tell us how you sorted the original problem, so others can learn fom it.
 
Maneesh Godbole
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Originally posted by Campbell Ritchie:
The other thread was here, but unfortunately there is no reply.

Please tell us how you sorted the original problem, so others can learn fom it.


Corrected the problem with the link. By mistake it was http://http://saloon...

Thisis the correct link.
[ July 22, 2008: Message edited by: Maneesh Godbole ]
 
Jens Arnheim
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Hi again!

This
has been my first solution for this problem.
But there are still other widgets on my canvas which
disable my MouseMove-Detection while dragging the button
across another widget.
What I've done is to disable directly the button while
dragging it around, for this reason it his half-transparent.
That doesn't bother, but now when I have to disable all
widgets in my canvas, they all will be half-transparent.

So there are two possibilities:
1) I put every widget in one composite (as they've done
it with the button in the example above), and disable all of them
while dragging around one widget.
2) I'll find a possibility to detect the position
of the mousepointer irrespective of widgets

And that's what I'm searching for.

Greets!
 
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