28 Nov 2009 @ 3:59 PM 

In my previous entry, I discussed and provided code that would allow for the detection of Triple-Clicks on a window. By extending the provided architecture, it is relatively trivial to allow any number of consecutive clicks; for example, detecting pentuple clicks.

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 20 Nov 2009 @ 7:58 AM 

Visual Basic 6; and, well- nearly any other relatively modern language; provides a way to detect mouse events. These usually include mouse down, mouse up, mouseclicks, and double clicks. Absent are any higher “N-clicks”; I speak, for the most part, of the triple click. More »

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