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Offline tomcat

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« Posted 2005-01-22 14:15:14 »

I have looked around to figure out how to detect when a UiButton is pressed. Does anybody know of an example or how this is done?
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« Reply #1 - Posted 2005-01-22 15:50:22 »

During an update call it checks the input object that you set during it creation. If it is "hit" it calls any actions you set the the object. See jmetest.ui.TestUI.

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Offline tomcat

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2005-01-23 15:23:30 »

Not sure if I got this right. Created a couple of UiButtons and added them to a node and attached to the rootNode which is updated every cycle. Created a InputHandler but dont seem to figure out how to catch the button press event from the buttons (you can catch KeyBoardActions which is not the same).

I created an AbsoluteMouse and set the cursor etc and then added that to the InputHandler but cant see the mouse either.

Any ideas where to go next?
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Offline winkman

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« Reply #3 - Posted 2005-01-24 06:00:50 »

from a quick view into the code it seems that the UIButton gets a reference to the inputSystem at creation.

then at runtime UIButton.update(float) is called each logic cycle.

The key however seem to lie in the mouse - setup:

        * The absolute mouse
       mouse = new AbsoluteMouse("Mouse Input", display.getWidth(), display
       TextureState cursor = display.getRenderer().createTextureState();
               Texture.MM_LINEAR, Texture.FM_LINEAR, true));

        * Add the cursor texture to the mouse
        * Add the alpha state to the mouse

        * Set the speed of the mouse
        * Set the mouse that the inputHandler is using so the UIObjects can
        * retrieve it


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