[IronPython] MouseButtonDownEvent doesn't fire + which tool to work in?
curt at hagenlocher.org
Sun Dec 21 07:35:05 PST 2008
How are you confirming that this doesn't fire? If this is your exact code,
then it seems likely that it's actually throwing an exception -- isFirst
will not be defined when the first line executes.
On Sun, Dec 21, 2008 at 7:31 AM, xkrja <kristian.jaksch at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've the following code:
> def inputBox_MouseLeftButtonDown(s, e):
> if isFirst == True:
> root.inputBox.Text = ""
> isFirst = False
> root.inputBox.MouseLeftButtonDown += inputBox_MouseLeftButtonDown
> Problem is the event doesn't fire when I click the inputBox (which is a
> textbox). The debugger doesn't say anything. I have another event handler
> and that one works fine:
> root.inputBox.KeyDown += inputBox_KeyDown
> Anyone has any idea what's wrong with the MouseLeftButtonDown event?
> Another question: Which tool do you guys say is the best for developing
> IronPython + Silverlight apps? I find it hard in Visual Studio since the
> debugger only lets you step through the code but you can't see any variable
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