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RE: mouse-autoselect-window with menu pane

From: Marshall, Simon
Subject: RE: mouse-autoselect-window with menu pane
Date: Mon, 18 Sep 2006 11:46:05 +0100

> If the purpose is to know if some menu is *currently* active, then the
> function will DTRT because Lisp evaluation never happens during menu
> selection on Mac.

Does that apply to popups too?  For example, what do you see with:

(setq foo 0)
(defun foo ()
  (message "%d" (setq foo (1+ foo))))
(setq bar (run-with-timer 1 1 'foo))
;(cancel-timer bar)

and File > Open Directory...

For me, the counter continues to increment while the open directory gui
popup is active (though I have to move the mouse around to see the counter
redisplayed).  The same is true if I just open a menu (I don't have to move
the mouse to see it).

>From what I understand from you, on Mac, the counter will pause until you
exit the popup (or close the menu).  It will then continue from where it


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