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Hi, I'm trying to handle single left-click, and double-left-click in WndProc();, but I'm not sure how to have them both, as when I run my program, WM_LBUTTONDOWN triggers before I can click the mouse again for a double click. Is there a way around this? Thanks. "When you kill one, it is a tragedy. When you kill ten million, it is a statistic." - Sarlok Edited by - Sarlok on July 18, 2001 1:31:51 AM

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Hi,
What you have to do is quite annoying:
when the lbuttondown event arrives start a timer with system_dblclick_time (look for something like that in system/ mouse parameters).
if you received the timer event with no double click event then handle the onlbuttondown event. if you received a dblclick event kill the time and handle it as a double click event
-- Gilad

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I Was afraid I was going to have to do that...
I just wasn''t sure if there was some other way.
Thanks.

"When you kill one, it is a tragedy. When you kill ten million, it is a statistic."
- Sarlok

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