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Multiple captures can be performed on a single point index. The type indicates the type of interest the capture has on the pointer events.

Location

Namespace
Fuse.Input
Package
Fuse.Nodes 1.9.0

Possible Values

None

Multiple captures can be performed on a single point index. The type indicates the type of interest the capture has on the pointer events.

Soft

A soft capture is a non-exclusive capture which allows any other soft captures to also exist. These are used when a gesture has not yet been fully identified (selection of gestures), or the capturer never needs to make visual feedback, or if the capturer doesn't care about losing the capture.

Hard

A hard capture indicates a strong desire to be the exclusive recipient of pointer events. It likely means visual feedback is being tied to this capture, and tries to intentionally exclude other behaviors from also acting on the same feedback.

Children

Targetting still looks at children. Normally the pointer input is directed strictly to the bottom most capture element. This allows capturing within part of the UI tree.

NodeShare

Multiple Soft/Hard-NodeShared captures can exist on the same node. Usually a hard capture will release all other captures. NodeShare allows captures on the same node to persist even in the presence of a hard capture.

Interface of CaptureType

Children : CaptureType uno

Targetting still looks at children. Normally the pointer input is directed strictly to the bottom most capture element. This allows capturing within part of the UI tree.

Hard : CaptureType uno

A hard capture indicates a strong desire to be the exclusive recipient of pointer events. It likely means visual feedback is being tied to this capture, and tries to intentionally exclude other behaviors from also acting on the same feedback.

NodeShare : CaptureType uno

Multiple Soft/Hard-NodeShared captures can exist on the same node. Usually a hard capture will release all other captures. NodeShare allows captures on the same node to persist even in the presence of a hard capture.

None : CaptureType uno

Multiple captures can be performed on a single point index. The type indicates the type of interest the capture has on the pointer events.

Soft : CaptureType uno

A soft capture is a non-exclusive capture which allows any other soft captures to also exist. These are used when a gesture has not yet been fully identified (selection of gestures), or the capturer never needs to make visual feedback, or if the capturer doesn't care about losing the capture.

Inherited from object