Unless I am mistaken, with just those two events it is not possible to position the custom cursor where user's mouse would be. I am using custom graphics for the cursor (a pen tool) and not one of the standard built in options.
On Apr 2, 2009, at 10:16 PM, Boo wrote:
For your second question, the best is to use the roll_over and roll_out events on the object where you want the special cursor to be displayed. These events will only fire once while the mouse stays inside the movieclip's area, even if the mouse goes over children of this movie clip - in this case the link hover rectangles.
On Thu, Apr 2, 2009 at 9:25 PM, Jeff Seibert <address@hidden>
First off, excellent work on the new "event handling" option for links within PDF files. In most of my testing it works perfectly, but I have two questions:
1. It does not appear to be working for links that are internal to the PDF. See, for example, this document:
I am converting the documents with the "-s linkfunction=event" option and external links work perfectly, but internal links do not fire the event. (They do, however, hover correctly.) Are you able to look into this?
2. My player loads in the converted SWF and I use a MOUSE_MOVE event listener on the MovieClip to display a custom cursor. When the user's mouse is over one of these links, however, my event listener is not called, causing the custom cursor to appear to freeze. Is there a way to ensure other mouse events are propagated to the parent?
Excellent work so far. Thanks,