le 2001/09/14 2:10, Jamin à benjamen@... a écrit : > My doco says "Reserved by Apple" up until 23, which is HighLevelEvent. this is true, but if you look in the runtime, you will see that this is a 'pseudo-event' that is inserted by staz'n'andy [hey they'd have looked sore if apple decided to use it one day!]. i think... that it is inserted as a marker for a menu event, in fact i use it to clean up after pasting, but before the dialog sees what i've done. i just would like to know if what i'm doing is dumb... or could this be its use. > I'll _guess_ its something like drag manger, or appearance manager, or nav > services or some other add-on?? no. these are low-level events and most of what you are mentioning are called high-level events, meaning that they come in through a different door. > How do you make the event happen? you don't, you grab it. :-j ps. i cleared up my disappearing cursor events. in fact i was messing with the windows with an attempt to create pseudo-application-modal windows [yes, i will try the appearance runtime one of these days], and so my windows were in fact never in front, and so no field events were getting generated.