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Range-selection operations—such as selecting text or multiple graphic objects—don’t lend themselves to single-gesture selection and dragging because the range-selection operation itself requires dragging. Background Selections When a window containing a highlighted selection becomes inactive, your application should maintain the selection so that users can drag previously selected data from inactive windows to the active window. Background selections are not required if the dragged item is discrete—for example, an icon or graphical object—because implicit selection can occur when an item is dragged.
All Rights Reserved. C H A P T E R 2 User Input Selecting With the Mouse The user can select a range of text by dragging. A range can consist of characters, words, lines, or paragraphs, as defined by the application. In text fields, clicking should perform the following actions: ■ Single-clicking places the insertion point at the pointer’s location in the text. ■ Double-clicking within a word selects the word. The selection should provide “smart” behavior; if the user deletes the selected word, for example, the space after the word should also be deleted.
Selections in Graphics There are several conventions for selecting graphic objects. This section describes two ways to show selection feedback; other situations may require other solutions. An object-based graphics document is a collection of individual graphic objects. To select an object, the user clicks it once. The object is then bracketed with handles, which the user can use to move or resize the object. In object-based graphics documents, users can select with the mouse alone or a combination of the mouse and the keyboard.