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Way, way back in my Delphi and maybe PowerBuilder days, I used key-up events to drive this stuff. I really don't remember why. I do remember it was important to use mouse-up because the user might mouse-down on a button and then drag the mouse off the control as an "oops, I didn't mean to click that" gesture. I just tried that with the "Add Reply" button in my browser and it ignored the eventual mouse up off the button.
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Joined: Apr 11, 2005
Thanks, but the keyUp / keyDown methods are deprecated. I think I'll just have to modify the keyPressed/keyReleased code so that it doesn't react 50 times incase a key is held down.
Joined: Jan 29, 2003
I'd have to guess keyReleased does what I was thinking of in Key-Up. It's been a long time; I haven't actually done any of this in Java.
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