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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.swt.events
Interface MouseTrackListener

All Superinterfaces:
EventListener, org.eclipse.swt.internal.SWTEventListener
All Known Implementing Classes:
AnnotationBarHoverManager.Closer, HyperlinkManager, MouseTrackAdapter, TextConsoleViewer

public interface MouseTrackListener
extends org.eclipse.swt.internal.SWTEventListener

Classes which implement this interface provide methods that deal with the events that are generated as the mouse pointer passes (or hovers) over controls.

After creating an instance of a class that implements this interface it can be added to a control using the addMouseTrackListener method and removed using the removeMouseTrackListener method. When the mouse pointer passes into or out of the area of the screen covered by a control or pauses while over a control, the appropriate method will be invoked.

See Also:
MouseTrackAdapter, MouseEvent

Method Summary
 void mouseEnter ( MouseEvent e)
          Sent when the mouse pointer passes into the area of the screen covered by a control.
 void mouseExit ( MouseEvent e)
          Sent when the mouse pointer passes out of the area of the screen covered by a control.
 void mouseHover ( MouseEvent e)
          Sent when the mouse pointer hovers (that is, stops moving for an (operating system specified) period of time) over a control.
 

Method Detail

mouseEnter

void mouseEnter(
MouseEvent e)
Sent when the mouse pointer passes into the area of the screen covered by a control.

Parameters:
e - an event containing information about the mouse enter

mouseExit

void mouseExit(
MouseEvent e)
Sent when the mouse pointer passes out of the area of the screen covered by a control.

Parameters:
e - an event containing information about the mouse exit

mouseHover

void mouseHover(
MouseEvent e)
Sent when the mouse pointer hovers (that is, stops moving for an (operating system specified) period of time) over a control.

Parameters:
e - an event containing information about the hover

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Guidelines for using Eclipse APIs.

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