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[question/feature request] Accessing MouseEvent and other generic Event information

See original GitHub issue


I’m interested in accessing the full MouseEvent information for a mouse click event.

What is the canonical way to do that? I’ve poked around inside the msg parameter from the general event template, but it appears to be missing from there (or I’m overlooking it).

Thanks in advance, and many thanks for making justpy!

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  • State:closed
  • Created 4 years ago
  • Comments:6

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fxnutcommented, Apr 17, 2020

Hi Eli, I figured out how to get “additional_properties” working, but just wanted to flag that I couldn’t see it mentioned in the documentation yet:

fxnutcommented, Apr 17, 2020

Great, thanks!

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