It is indeed a bit erratic. At the latest, I can show it to you first hand at Smalltalks.
On 4 Oct 2011, at 21:08, Esteban Lorenzano wrote:
I don't understand well the problem, or I can not reproduce it... I'm doing what
you say and I don't see a problem there.
Said so... carbon and cocoa event handling procedures are complete different, so... yes,
it is possible that there are some glitch somewhere... if you can provide me some more
info, I can continue digging into it.
El 04/10/2011, a las 8:37a.m., Alexandre Bergel escribió:
> Hi Esteban,
> We have a serious problem with Mondrian, and we believe this comes from the way
events are handled by the virtual machine. When drag and dropping a morph, it happens that
the morph is dragged by 1 pixel to the left. As a short test, do a "Morph new
openInWorld", grab the morph and when you release it by pressing the left mouse
button, it moves by 1 pixel.
> The problem is still around with the Jenkins VM (CogVM), but works fine with the
Elliot's Cog VM.
> Any idea where this comes from?
> On 4 Oct 2011, at 02:44, moose-technology(a)googlecode.com wrote:
>> Comment #8 on issue 698 by stephane...(a)gmail.com: Mondrian does not properly
>> did you check the event that is generated?
>> If you look in eventModel on Squeak source, you will see that there is listener
that print event on the transcript now since this is VM code and you will not see anything
in the image.
>> So bad idea. Did you contact esteban?
>> Moose-dev mailing list
> Alexandre Bergel http://www.bergel.eu
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