event handling

by dmtrl...@gmail.com » Sat, 27 Feb 2010 05:29:17 GMT


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 Hello all.

I have one question about event handling in View. If my onTouchEvent
method will return false when ACTION_DOWN appears - I can't get
ACTION_UP for my view ?

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event handling

by dmtrl...@gmail.com » Sat, 27 Feb 2010 16:46:17 GMT


 In documentation I see -
        "So, if you return false when the down action event is
received, you indicate that you have not consumed the event and are
also not interested in subsequent actions from this event.Thus, you
will not be called for any other actions within the event, such as a
finger gesture, or the eventual up action event" .
  This means that I will not receive any motion events until the next
ACTION_DOWN?

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