GWT Custom Events

Events in general: Events are always sent to inform about something (e.g. a change of state). Let’s take your example with a man and a wall. Here we can imagine that there is a game where a user can walk as a man in a labyrinth. Every time a user hits the wall it should … Read more

What properties can I use with

If you were to inspect the with firebug or chrome’s developer tools you would see for a span element (e.g. the following properties) it will have whatever properties any element has. It depends what the target element is: HTMLSpanElement attributes: NamedNodeMap baseURI: “file:///C:/Test.html” childElementCount: 0 childNodes: NodeList[1] children: HTMLCollection[0] classList: DOMTokenList className: “” … Read more

How to catch printer event in python

To be notified of new print jobs, you can use FindFirstPrinterChangeNotification, FindNextPrinterChangeNotification, and a wait function from kernel32 such as WaitForSingleObject. Here’s an example to set a filter that waits for a new print job on the local print server. There’s much more work to be done if you want the JOB_NOTIFY_FIELD_DOCUMENT value out of … Read more

Wait until Application.Calculate has finished

Further to my comments, you can use DoEvents with the Application.CalculationState. See this example Application.Calculate If Not Application.CalculationState = xlDone Then DoEvents End If ‘~~> Rest of the code. If you want you can also use a Do While Loop to check for Application.CalculationState I would also recommend see this link Topic: Application.CalculationState Property Link: … Read more

Determine whether user clicking scrollbar or content (onclick for native scroll bar)

Solved: A shortest scrollbar click detection I could come up with, tested on IE, Firefox, Chrome. var clickedOnScrollbar = function(mouseX){ if( $(window).outerWidth() <= mouseX ){ return true; } } $(document).mousedown(function(e){ if( clickedOnScrollbar(e.clientX) ){ alert(“clicked on scrollbar”); } }); Working example: