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Fri Apr 18 16:12:25 UTC 2014
Finally figured it out. I had overridden #handlesMouseMove: to answer
true and, for some reason, Morphic calls handleMouseStillDown: from
handleMouseMove: even when no button is down. Strange!
On Fri, Apr 18, 2014 at 10:14 AM, Chris Muller <ma.chris.m at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a custom morph that overrides handlesMouseStillDown: to return true.
> Simply by doing only that, it causes
> WorldState>>#drawWorld:submorphs:invalidAreasOn: to send
> #fullDrawMorph: with my Morph as the argument on every MouseMove event
> over my morph, regardless whether any button is down or not.
> I only noticed it because the rapid redrawing causes a slight
> flickering in my Morph.
> Setting handlesMouseStillDown: back to false, my morph's redrawing
> code is not executed at all when I move through it.
> I have no idea why simply handling this event causes the rapid redrawing.
> Thanks for any suggestions..
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