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public class: MenuDragMouseEvent [javadoc | source]
java.lang.Object
   java.util.EventObject
      java.awt.AWTEvent
         java.awt.event.ComponentEvent
            java.awt.event.InputEvent
               java.awt.event.MouseEvent
                  javax.swing.event.MenuDragMouseEvent

All Implemented Interfaces:
    Serializable

MenuDragMouseEvent is used to notify interested parties that the menu element has received a MouseEvent forwarded to it under drag conditions.

Warning: Serialized objects of this class will not be compatible with future Swing releases. The current serialization support is appropriate for short term storage or RMI between applications running the same version of Swing. As of 1.4, support for long term storage of all JavaBeansTM has been added to the java.beans package. Please see java.beans.XMLEncoder .

Fields inherited from java.awt.event.MouseEvent:
MOUSE_FIRST,  MOUSE_LAST,  MOUSE_CLICKED,  MOUSE_PRESSED,  MOUSE_RELEASED,  MOUSE_MOVED,  MOUSE_ENTERED,  MOUSE_EXITED,  MOUSE_DRAGGED,  MOUSE_WHEEL,  NOBUTTON,  BUTTON1,  BUTTON2,  BUTTON3,  x,  y,  clickCount,  button,  popupTrigger
Fields inherited from java.awt.event.InputEvent:
SHIFT_MASK,  CTRL_MASK,  META_MASK,  ALT_MASK,  ALT_GRAPH_MASK,  BUTTON1_MASK,  BUTTON2_MASK,  BUTTON3_MASK,  SHIFT_DOWN_MASK,  CTRL_DOWN_MASK,  META_DOWN_MASK,  ALT_DOWN_MASK,  BUTTON1_DOWN_MASK,  BUTTON2_DOWN_MASK,  BUTTON3_DOWN_MASK,  ALT_GRAPH_DOWN_MASK,  FIRST_HIGH_BIT,  JDK_1_3_MODIFIERS,  HIGH_MODIFIERS,  when,  modifiers,  serialVersionUID
Fields inherited from java.awt.event.ComponentEvent:
COMPONENT_FIRST,  COMPONENT_LAST,  COMPONENT_MOVED,  COMPONENT_RESIZED,  COMPONENT_SHOWN,  COMPONENT_HIDDEN
Fields inherited from java.awt.AWTEvent:
id,  consumed,  focusManagerIsDispatching,  isPosted,  COMPONENT_EVENT_MASK,  CONTAINER_EVENT_MASK,  FOCUS_EVENT_MASK,  KEY_EVENT_MASK,  MOUSE_EVENT_MASK,  MOUSE_MOTION_EVENT_MASK,  WINDOW_EVENT_MASK,  ACTION_EVENT_MASK,  ADJUSTMENT_EVENT_MASK,  ITEM_EVENT_MASK,  TEXT_EVENT_MASK,  INPUT_METHOD_EVENT_MASK,  INPUT_METHODS_ENABLED_MASK,  PAINT_EVENT_MASK,  INVOCATION_EVENT_MASK,  HIERARCHY_EVENT_MASK,  HIERARCHY_BOUNDS_EVENT_MASK,  MOUSE_WHEEL_EVENT_MASK,  WINDOW_STATE_EVENT_MASK,  WINDOW_FOCUS_EVENT_MASK,  RESERVED_ID_MAX
Fields inherited from java.util.EventObject:
source
Constructor:
 public MenuDragMouseEvent(Component source,
    int id,
    long when,
    int modifiers,
    int x,
    int y,
    int clickCount,
    boolean popupTrigger,
    MenuElement[] p,
    MenuSelectionManager m) 
    Constructs a MenuDragMouseEvent object.

    Absolute coordinates xAbs and yAbs are set to source's location on screen plus relative coordinates x and y. xAbs and yAbs are set to zero if the source is not showing.

    Parameters:
    source - the Component that originated the event (typically this)
    id - an int specifying the type of event, as defined in java.awt.event.MouseEvent
    when - a long identifying the time the event occurred
    modifiers - an int specifying any modifier keys held down, as specified in java.awt.event.InputEvent
    x - an int specifying the horizontal position at which the event occurred, in pixels
    y - an int specifying the vertical position at which the event occurred, in pixels
    clickCount - an int specifying the number of mouse-clicks
    popupTrigger - a boolean -- true if the event {should?/did?} trigger a popup
    p - an array of MenuElement objects specifying a path to a menu item affected by the drag
    m - a MenuSelectionManager object that handles selections
    Also see:
    MouseEvent#MouseEvent(java.awt.Component, int, long, int, int, int, int, int, int, boolean, int)
 public MenuDragMouseEvent(Component source,
    int id,
    long when,
    int modifiers,
    int x,
    int y,
    int xAbs,
    int yAbs,
    int clickCount,
    boolean popupTrigger,
    MenuElement[] p,
    MenuSelectionManager m) 
    Constructs a MenuDragMouseEvent object.

    Even if inconsistent values for relative and absolute coordinates are passed to the constructor, the MenuDragMouseEvent instance is still created.

    Parameters:
    source - the Component that originated the event (typically this)
    id - an int specifying the type of event, as defined in java.awt.event.MouseEvent
    when - a long identifying the time the event occurred
    modifiers - an int specifying any modifier keys held down, as specified in java.awt.event.InputEvent
    x - an int specifying the horizontal position at which the event occurred, in pixels
    y - an int specifying the vertical position at which the event occurred, in pixels
    xAbs - an int specifying the horizontal absolute position at which the event occurred, in pixels
    yAbs - an int specifying the vertical absolute position at which the event occurred, in pixels
    clickCount - an int specifying the number of mouse-clicks
    popupTrigger - a boolean -- true if the event {should?/did?} trigger a popup
    p - an array of MenuElement objects specifying a path to a menu item affected by the drag
    m - a MenuSelectionManager object that handles selections
    Also see:
    MouseEvent#MouseEvent(java.awt.Component, int, long, int, int, int, int, int, int, boolean, int)
    since: 1.6 -
Method from javax.swing.event.MenuDragMouseEvent Summary:
getMenuSelectionManager,   getPath
Methods from java.awt.event.MouseEvent:
getButton,   getClickCount,   getLocationOnScreen,   getModifiersEx,   getMouseModifiersText,   getPoint,   getX,   getXOnScreen,   getY,   getYOnScreen,   isPopupTrigger,   paramString,   translatePoint
Methods from java.awt.event.InputEvent:
consume,   getMaskForButton,   getModifiers,   getModifiersEx,   getModifiersExText,   getWhen,   isAltDown,   isAltGraphDown,   isConsumed,   isControlDown,   isMetaDown,   isShiftDown
Methods from java.awt.event.ComponentEvent:
getComponent,   paramString
Methods from java.awt.AWTEvent:
consume,   convertToOld,   copyPrivateDataInto,   dispatched,   getAccessControlContext,   getID,   isConsumed,   paramString,   setSource,   toString
Methods from java.util.EventObject:
getSource,   toString
Methods from java.lang.Object:
clone,   equals,   finalize,   getClass,   hashCode,   notify,   notifyAll,   toString,   wait,   wait,   wait
Method from javax.swing.event.MenuDragMouseEvent Detail:
 public MenuSelectionManager getMenuSelectionManager() 
    Returns the current menu selection manager.
 public MenuElement[] getPath() 
    Returns the path to the selected menu item.