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Responding to a new componet's OnMouseUP

Posted on 2008-10-30
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Hey Guys
I am attempting to create a TPanel that responds to a mouse up event to change it's background, Text color and track it's current state. Below is the current state of the component. The component is responding to WM_LBUTTONUP but the component continues to capture the same message even when it not clicking it.  Any input would gladly recieved

//----------------------------------------------------------------------
#ifndef CPnlSWH
#define CPnlSWH
//----------------------------------------------------------------------
#include <SysUtils.hpp>
#include <Classes.hpp>
#include <Controls.hpp>
#include <ExtCtrls.hpp>
#include <sysmac.h>
//----------------------------------------------------------------------
class PACKAGE TPnlSW : public TCustomPanel
{
   private:
      TColor FClrBckOn;
      TColor FClrBckOff;
      TColor FClrTxtOn;
      TColor FClrTxtOff;
      TCaption FSWCaption;
      bool FbOn;
      void __fastcall SetClrBckOn(TColor value);
      TColor __fastcall GetClrBckOn();
      void __fastcall SetClrBckOff(TColor value);
      TColor __fastcall GetClrBckOff();
      void __fastcall SetClrTxtOn(TColor value);
      TColor __fastcall GetClrTxtOn();
      void __fastcall SetClrTxtOff(TColor value);
      TColor __fastcall GetClrTxtOff();
      void __fastcall SetbOn(bool value);
      bool __fastcall GetbOn();
      void __fastcall SetText(TCaption value);
      TCaption __fastcall GetText();
      __property Caption;
      __property Color  = {default = clBlack};
	   __property Font;
   protected:
      void SWReset();
      void _fastcall WMMouse(Messages::TWMMouse & atMouse);
      BEGIN_MESSAGE_MAP
         MESSAGE_HANDLER(WM_LBUTTONUP, TWMMouse, WMMouse)
      END_MESSAGE_MAP(TCustomPanel)
   public:
      __fastcall TPnlSW(TComponent* Owner);
   __published:
	   __property BevelInner  = {default = bvLowered};
	   __property BevelOuter  = {default = bvLowered};
	   __property Enabled  = {default = 1};
   	__property FullRepaint  = {default = 1};
   	__property Locked  = {default = 0};
	   __property ParentShowHint  = {default = 1};
   	__property PopupMenu;
	   __property ShowHint;
   	__property TabOrder  = {default = -1};
	   __property TabStop  = {default = 0};
   	__property Visible  = {default = 1};
      __property TColor ClrBckOn  = { read = GetClrBckOn, write = SetClrBckOn, default = clLime };
      __property TColor ClrBckOff  = { read = GetClrBckOff, write = SetClrBckOff, default = clBlack };
      __property TColor ClrTxtOn  = { read=GetClrTxtOn, write = SetClrTxtOn, default = clBlack };
      __property TColor ClrTxtOff  = { read = GetClrTxtOff, write = SetClrTxtOff, default = clLime };
      __property bool bOn  = { read = GetbOn, write = SetbOn, default = false };
      __property TCaption SWCaption = {read = GetText, write = SetText};
};
//----------------------------------------------------------------------
#endif
 
//----------------------------------------------------------------------
#include <vcl.h>
#pragma hdrstop
#include "CPnlSW.h"
#pragma package(smart_init)
//----------------------------------------------------------------------
// ValidCtrCheck is used to assure that the components created do not have
// any pure virtual functions.
//
 
static inline void ValidCtrCheck(TPnlSW *)
{
   new TPnlSW(NULL);
}
 
//---------------------------------------------------------------------------
//Note the constructor is call twice... during design time and runtime
__fastcall TPnlSW::TPnlSW(TComponent* Owner)
                  :TCustomPanel(Owner)
{
   FClrBckOn = clLime; ClrBckOn = clLime;
   FClrBckOff = clBlack; ClrBckOff = clBlack;
   FClrTxtOn = clBlack; ClrTxtOn = clBlack;
   FClrTxtOff = clLime; FClrTxtOff = clLime;
   FbOn = false; bOn = false;
   BevelInner = bvLowered;
   BevelOuter = bvLowered;
   Height = 17;
   Width = 17;
   FSWCaption = "00";
   Caption = "00";
   SWReset();
}
//---------------------------------------------------------------------------
namespace Cpnlsw
{
   void __fastcall PACKAGE Register()
   {
       TComponentClass classes[1] = {__classid(TPnlSW)};
       RegisterComponents("Testing", classes, 0);
   }
}
//---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
 
 
void __fastcall TPnlSW::SetClrBckOn(TColor value)
{
   if(FClrBckOn != value)
   {
      FClrBckOn = value;
      // if the switch is currently on and its backgroud color changes then update
      // the the UI showing its state
      if(FbOn)
      {
         Color = FClrBckOn;
         Invalidate();
      }
   }
}
TColor __fastcall TPnlSW::GetClrBckOn()
{
   return FClrBckOn;
}
 
void __fastcall TPnlSW::SetClrBckOff(TColor value)
{
   if(FClrBckOff != value)
   {
      FClrBckOff = value;
      //if the switch is currently off and its background color has changed then update
      // the the UI showing its state
      if(!FbOn)
      {
         Color = FClrBckOff;
         Invalidate();
      }
   }
}
 
TColor __fastcall TPnlSW::GetClrBckOff()
{
   return FClrBckOff;
}
 
void __fastcall TPnlSW::SetClrTxtOn(TColor value)
{
   if(FClrTxtOn != value)
   {
      FClrTxtOn = value;
      // if the switch is "On" and its' foreground or text color has changed then update
      // the the UI showing its state
      if(FbOn)
      {
         Font->Color = FClrTxtOn;
         Invalidate();
      }
   }
}
 
TColor __fastcall TPnlSW::GetClrTxtOn()
{
   return FClrTxtOn;
}
 
void __fastcall TPnlSW::SetClrTxtOff(TColor value)
{
   if(FClrTxtOff != value)
   {
      FClrTxtOff = value;
      // if the switch is "Off" and its' foreground or text color has changed then update
      // the the UI showing its state
      if(!FbOn)
      {
         Font->Color = FClrTxtOff;
         Invalidate();
      }
   }
}
 
TColor __fastcall TPnlSW::GetClrTxtOff()
{
   return FClrTxtOff;
}
 
void __fastcall TPnlSW::SetbOn(bool value)
{
   if(FbOn != value)
   {
      FbOn = value;
      if(FbOn)
      {
         Font->Color = FClrTxtOn;
         Color = FClrBckOn;
      }
      else
      {
         Font->Color = FClrTxtOff;
         Color = FClrBckOff;
      }
   }
}
 
bool __fastcall TPnlSW::GetbOn()
{
   return FbOn;
}
 
void TPnlSW::SWReset()
{
   FbOn = false;
   if(FbOn)
   {
      Font->Color = FClrTxtOn;
      Color = FClrBckOn;
   }
   else
   {
      Font->Color = FClrTxtOff;
      Color = FClrBckOff;
   }
 
}
 
void __fastcall TPnlSW::SetText(TCaption value)
{
   if(value.Length() != 0 && value != Caption)
   {
      Caption = value;
      Invalidate();
   }
}
 
TCaption __fastcall TPnlSW::GetText()
{
   TCaption c = "";
   if(FSWCaption.Length() != 0)
   {
      c = Caption;
   }
   return c;
}
 
void _fastcall TPnlSW::WMMouse(Messages::TWMMouse & taMouse)
{
   //currently this is not closing the loop. Once the control has been clicked any further clicks
   //outside the client area (ie the parent control) act as if the click was inside the control.
   if(taMouse.Msg == WM_LBUTTONUP)
   {
      if(bOn)
      {
         this->SetbOn(false);
      }
      else
      {
         this->SetbOn(true);
      }
   }
}

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WMMouse Message is not completed it's clean up
void _fastcall TPnlSW::WMMouse(Messages::TWMMouse & msgMouse)
{
   //currently this is not closing the loop. Once the control has been clicked any further clicks
   //outside the client area (ie the parent control) act as if the click was inside the control.
   if(msgMouse.Msg == WM_LBUTTONUP)
   {
      if(bOn)
      {
         this->SetbOn(false);
      }
      else
      {
         this->SetbOn(true);
      }
   }
   if(this->ControlStyle.Contains(csCaptureMouse))
   {
      this->MouseCapture = false;
   }
   if(this->ControlState.Contains(csClicked))
   {
      this->ControlState >> csClicked;
      if(PtInRect(this->ClientRect, TPoint(msgMouse.XPos, msgMouse.YPos)))
         this->Click();
   }
}

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