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Mouse Double click over an image or object 4 a specific event. How?

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Hi, How could I identify a mouse double click over an image or object as a specific event ?. For example:

  single click over an image or object ---> in order to do a
                                            thing.

  double click over an image or object ---> in order to do
                                            another thing.

  Thanks.
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For 5 points I suggest looking at the MouseEvent class to see whether you can find out if a MouseEvent is double or not.

If you already know how to handle event it should not be so hard to find out.

(In case you increase the points it would be interesting to know which event model you use, 1.0 or 1.1.)
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