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Class DragAndDropArgs



  • public class DragAndDropArgs
    extends java.lang.Object
    Class defining the behavior for drag and drop operations.
    • Constructor Summary

      Constructor and Description
      DragAndDropArgs()
      Initializes a new instance of the DragAndDropArgs class.
    • Constructor Detail

      • DragAndDropArgs

        public DragAndDropArgs()
        Initializes a new instance of the DragAndDropArgs class.
    • Method Detail

      • getDragFromLocation

        public Location getDragFromLocation()
        Returns the point on the source object where the drag operation begins. Default is the center of the object.
        Returns:
        the the point on the source object where the drag operation begins.
      • setDragFromLocation

        public void setDragFromLocation(Location dragFromLocation)
        Sets the point on the source object where the drag operation begins.
        Parameters:
        dragFromLocation - the point on the source object where the drag operation begins.
      • getDropOnLocation

        public Location getDropOnLocation()
        Returns the point on the source object where the drag operation ends. Default is the center of the object.
        Returns:
        the the point on the source object where the drag operation ends.
      • setDropOnLocation

        public void setDropOnLocation(Location dropOnLocation)
        Sets the point on the source object where the drag operation ends.
        Parameters:
        dropOnLocation - the point on the source object where the drag operation ends.
      • getMouseButtonClicked

        public MouseButton getMouseButtonClicked()
        Returns the mouse button used to drag this object.
        Returns:
        the mouse button used to drag this object.
      • setMouseButtonClicked

        public void setMouseButtonClicked(MouseButton mouseButtonClicked)
        Sets the mouse button used to drag this object.
        Parameters:
        mouseButtonClicked - the mouse button used to drag this object.