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Offline hawkwind

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« Posted 2006-10-21 15:19:44 »

I define a button as follows.  I see the correct hover behavior and the correct change when pressed (BlueButtonPressed appears)  I do not see the button revert to the first image when the mouse button is released.  I need to move the mouse out of the button boundaries fro the image to reset propery

1 - Woodbtn1 is displayed
2 - the Hover Woddbtn2 is displayed on mouse over
3 - BlueButtonPressed.png is displayed on press
4 - BlueButtonPressed.png continues to be displayed after mouse release.

Button leftButton = new Button(70,32, 2, "", new Font("Monospace",
            Font.BOLD, 24), new Color3f(1, 1, 1), "images/Woodbtn1.gif",
            "images/Woodbtn2.gif", "HUD/BlueButtonPressed.png", true);
      leftButton.setActionCommand("lb");
      leftButton.addActionListener(this);
Offline Marvin Fröhlich

Senior Devvie




May the 4th, be with you...


« Reply #1 - Posted 2006-10-21 15:43:36 »

I define a button as follows.  I see the correct hover behavior and the correct change when pressed (BlueButtonPressed appears)  I do not see the button revert to the first image when the mouse button is released.  I need to move the mouse out of the button boundaries fro the image to reset propery

1 - Woodbtn1 is displayed
2 - the Hover Woddbtn2 is displayed on mouse over
3 - BlueButtonPressed.png is displayed on press
4 - BlueButtonPressed.png continues to be displayed after mouse release.

Button leftButton = new Button(70,32, 2, "", new Font("Monospace",
            Font.BOLD, 24), new Color3f(1, 1, 1), "images/Woodbtn1.gif",
            "images/Woodbtn2.gif", "HUD/BlueButtonPressed.png", true);
      leftButton.setActionCommand("lb");
      leftButton.addActionListener(this);

I'll investigate that tomorrow. Don't have too much time today.

Marvin
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