Used for button press and button release events. The type field will be one of GDK_BUTTON_PRESS, GDK_2BUTTON_PRESS, GDK_3BUTTON_PRESS or GDK_BUTTON_RELEASE,
Double and triple-clicks result in a sequence of events being received. For double-clicks the order of events will be:
- GDK_BUTTON_PRESS - GDK_BUTTON_RELEASE - GDK_BUTTON_PRESS - GDK_2BUTTON_PRESS - GDK_BUTTON_RELEASE
Note that the first click is received just like a normal button press, while the second click results in a GDK_2BUTTON_PRESS being received just after the GDK_BUTTON_PRESS.
Triple-clicks are very similar to double-clicks, except that GDK_3BUTTON_PRESS is inserted after the third click. The order of the events is:
- GDK_BUTTON_PRESS - GDK_BUTTON_RELEASE - GDK_BUTTON_PRESS - GDK_2BUTTON_PRESS - GDK_BUTTON_RELEASE - GDK_BUTTON_PRESS - GDK_3BUTTON_PRESS - GDK_BUTTON_RELEASE
For a double click to occur, the second button press must occur within 1/4 of a second of the first. For a triple click to occur, the third button press must also occur within 1/2 second of the first button press.
x, y translated to the axes of device, or NULL if device is the mouse.
the button which was pressed or released, numbered from 1 to 5. Normally button 1 is the left mouse button, 2 is the middle button, and 3 is the right button. On 2-button mice, the middle button can often be simulated by pressing both mouse buttons together.
the master device that the event originated from. Use Event.getSourceDevice to get the slave device.
TRUE if the event was sent explicitly.
a bit-mask representing the state of the modifier keys (e.g. Control, Shift and Alt) and the pointer buttons. See GdkModifierType
the time of the event in milliseconds.
the type of the event (GDK_BUTTON_PRESS, GDK_2BUTTON_PRESS, GDK_3BUTTON_PRESS or GDK_BUTTON_RELEASE).
the window which received the event.
the x coordinate of the pointer relative to the window.
the x coordinate of the pointer relative to the root of the screen.
the y coordinate of the pointer relative to the window.
the y coordinate of the pointer relative to the root of the screen.