|Mouse.ButtonChoose||Part of Mouse module|
|Syntax|| Mouse.ButtonChoose (choice : string)|
|Description|| The Mouse.ButtonChoose procedure is used to change the mode of the mouse. In Turing, the mouse can either be in "single-button mode" or in "multi-button mode". In "single-button mode" the mouse is treated as a one button mouse. A button is considered pressed when any button is pressed and released only when all buttons have been released.|
In Turing, the mouse starts in "single-button mode".
The parameter choice can be one of "singlebutton", "onebutton" (which switch the mouse into "single-button mode") or "multibutton" (which switches the mouse into "multi-button mode").
|Example|| A program that displays the status of the mouse at the top left corner of the screen.|
Mouse.ButtonChoose ("multibutton") var x, y, button, left, middle, right : int Mouse.Where (x, y, button) left := button mod 10 % left = 0 or 1 middle := (button - left) mod 100 % middle = 0 or 10 right := button - middle - left % right = 0 or 100 if left = 1 then put "left button down" end if if middle = 10 then put "middle button down" end if if right = 100 then put "right button down" end if
|Status|| Exported qualified.|
This means that you can only call the function by calling Mouse.ButtonChoose, not by calling ButtonChoose.
|See also|| Mouse.ButtonMoved and Mouse.ButtonWait to get mouse events saved in a queue. See also Mouse.Where to get the current status of mouse button(s).|