Re: Mouse Lbutton interferes with Rbutton
This problem would be impossible to solve without seeing your
OnLButtonDown/Up, OnRButtonDown/Up, and OnMouseMove code.
There is something in those methods that is causing this to happen.
Normally things don't behave they way you describe.
"Wayne Gould" <WayneGould@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
How do I stop the Left mousebutton interfering with the Right mousebutton?
I'm using Visual Studio 6.0 C++ with Windows XP Pro.
My OnLButtonDown() handler starts a function which lasts as long as the
button is down, maybe several seconds. During that time, OnMouseMove() is
called and some GDI calls make changes to the screen-display.
If my right finger gets twitchy and during that time I (accidentally)
the Right mouse button, the display is frozen. The last change I made to
display is still visible, whereas my OnLButtonDown() handler should
I've tried this: My *L* button handler sets a flag at the beginning, and
that flag stays on throughout the procedure. So, in my *R* button handler
do need the R button sometimes, for other purposes) I test for that flag
being On, and if it is, I exit the R button handler at once. But it either
makes no difference to my problem, or else creates other undesirable side
I'd be grateful for anyone's suggestions.
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