InvisibleApp.MouseMove event (Visio)
Occurs when the mouse is moved.
expression.MouseMove (Button, KeyButtonState, x, y, CancelDefault)
expression A variable that represents an InvisibleApp object.
|Button||Required||Long||The mouse button that was clicked. See Remarks for possible values.|
|KeyButtonState||Required||Long||The state of the mouse buttons and the SHIFT and CTRL keys for the event. See Remarks for possible values.|
|x||Required||Double||The x-coordinate of the mouse pointer.|
|y||Required||Double||The y-coordinate of the mouse pointer.|
|CancelDefault||Required||Boolean||False if Microsoft Visio should process the message it receives from this event; otherwise, True.|
Possible values for Button are shown in the following table, and are declared in VisKeyButtonFlags in the Visio type library.
Possible values for KeyButtonState can be a combination of the values shown in the following table, which are declared in VisKeyButtonFlags in the Visio type library. For example, if KeyButtonState returns 9, it indicates that the user clicked the left mouse button while pressing CTRL.
If you set CancelDefault to True, Visio will not process the message received when the mouse button is clicked.
Unlike some other Visio events, MouseMove does not have the prefix "Query," but it is nevertheless a query event. That is, you can cancel processing the message sent by MouseMove, either by setting CancelDefault to True, or, if you are using the VisEventProc method to handle the event, by returning True. For more information, see the topics for the VisEventProc method and for any of the query events (for example, the QueryCancelSuspend event) in this Automation Reference.
If you are using Microsoft Visual Basic or Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), the syntax in this topic describes a common, efficient way to handle events.
To create an Event object that runs an add-on, use the Add method as it applies to the EventList collection.
To create an Event object that receives notification, use the AddAdvise method.
To find an event code for the event that you want to create, see Event codes.
This class module shows how to define a sink class called MouseListener that listens for events fired by mouse actions in the active window. It declares the object variable vsoWindow by using the WithEvents keyword. The class module also contains event handlers for the MouseDown, MouseMove, and MouseUp events.
To run this example, insert a new class module in your VBA project, name it MouseListener, and insert the following code in the module.
Dim WithEvents vsoWindow As Visio.Window Private Sub Class_Initialize() Set vsoWindow = ActiveWindow End Sub Private Sub Class_Terminate() Set vsoWindow = Nothing End Sub Private Sub vsoWindow_MouseDown(ByVal Button As Long, ByVal KeyButtonState As Long, ByVal x As Double, ByVal y As Double, CancelDefault As Boolean) If Button = 1 Then Debug.Print "Left mouse button clicked" ElseIf Button = 2 Then Debug.Print "Right mouse button clicked" ElseIf Button = 16 Then Debug.Print "Center mouse button clicked" End If End Sub Private Sub vsoWindow_MouseMove(ByVal Button As Long, ByVal KeyButtonState As Long, ByVal x As Double, ByVal y As Double, CancelDefault As Boolean) Debug.Print "x-position is "; x Debug.Print "y-position is "; y End Sub Private Sub vsoWindow_MouseUp(ByVal Button As Long, ByVal KeyButtonState As Long, ByVal x As Double, ByVal y As Double, CancelDefault As Boolean) If Button = 1 Then Debug.Print "Left mouse button released" ElseIf Button = 2 Then Debug.Print "Right mouse button released" ElseIf Button = 16 Then Debug.Print "Center mouse button released" End If End Sub
Then, insert the following code in the ThisDocument project.
Dim myMouseListener As MouseListener Private Sub Document_DocumentSaved(ByVal doc As IVDocument) Set myMouseListener = New MouseListener End Sub Private Sub Document_BeforeDocumentClose(ByVal doc As IVDocument) Set myMouseListener = Nothing End Sub
Save the document to initialize the class, and then move the mouse briefly in the active window to fire a series of MouseMove events. In the Immediate window, the handler prints a list of x- and y-position value pairs, each of which corresponds to the mouse position when a MouseMove event fired.
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