Stevens Miller wrote:The program below prints a message immediately upon clicking the JPanel with a mouse. Specifically, it receives a MOUSE_PRESSED event as soon as the left button on the mouse is pressed. The left button does not need to be released for this to happen.
My Windows 10, Asus laptop has a touch screen. When I press the JPanel via the screen, nothing happens until after I take my finger off of the screen.
Rob Spoor wrote:
Stevens Miller wrote:My Windows 10, Asus laptop has a touch screen. When I press the JPanel via the screen, nothing happens until after I take my finger off of the screen.
Sounds more like something's wrong on the laptop.
Dave Tolls wrote:With FX (as you say) you get the full touch support.
Dave Tolls wrote:I had the impression that it was a set of events akin to what you'd get from Android, for example.
Dave Tolls wrote:I knew there was a reason I never got a touch screen laptop.
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