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Win32::GUI::Reference::Events - Common Events
The events documented on this page are applicable to most windows and controls.
Sent when the window receives dropped files. To enable a window to be a target for files dragged from a shell window, you must set the window's -acceptfiles option or call
$win->AcceptFiles(1) on the window (See AcceptFiles()). The DROP parameter is either * a Win32 drop handle (see MSDN) or a Win32::GUI::DropFiles object if you have done
use Win32::GUI::DropFiles; somewhere in your code.
Sent when a Win32::GUI::Timer object reaches its ELAPSEd time. For OEM the event is names $name_Timer. For NEM the subroutine called is set with the parent window's -onTimer option. There are 2 arguments passed to the NEM event handler:
the first is the parent window object, and the second is the timer's name.
Documentation for Win32::GUI v1.11 created 08 Nov 2014
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