[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 30271] [QT] DRT doesn't support double click simulation

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Sat Oct 10 03:27:24 PDT 2009


Jakub Wieczorek <faw217 at gmail.com> changed:

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--- Comment #2 from Jakub Wieczorek <faw217 at gmail.com>  2009-10-10 03:27:23 PDT ---
It seems that:

eventSender.mouseDown(0); // left button
eventSender.mouseDown(2); // right button

would simulate a double click event too with this patch.

Looking at the logic from Mac's EventSender I assume this should not happen:

- (void)updateClickCountForButton:(int)buttonNumber
    if (([self currentEventTime] - lastClick >= 1) ||
        !NSEqualPoints(lastMousePosition, lastClickPosition) ||
        lastClickButton != buttonNumber) {
        clickCount = 1;
        lastClickButton = buttonNumber;
    } else

Resetting m_timeStarted to false in LTC::reset() may make sense too. In theory
running two (or more) subsequent tests that do not move the mouse position and
simulate two single clicks would create a double click event in the second

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