Instance Method


Informs the receiver that a tablet-point event has occurred.


- (void)tabletPoint:(NSEvent *)event;



An object encapsulating information about the tablet-point event.


Tablet events are represented by NSEvent objects of type NSTabletPoint. They describe the current state of a transducer (that is, a pointing device) that is in proximity to its tablet, reflecting changes such as location, pressure, tilt, and rotation. See the NSEvent reference for the methods that allow you to extract this and other information from event. The default implementation of NSResponder passes the message to the next responder.

See Also

Responding to Other Kinds of Events

- cursorUpdate:

Informs the receiver that the mouse cursor has moved into a cursor rectangle.

- flagsChanged:

Informs the receiver that the user has pressed or released a modifier key (Shift, Control, and so on).

- tabletProximity:

Informs the receiver that a tablet-proximity event has occurred.

- helpRequested:

Displays context-sensitive help for the receiver if help has been registered.

- scrollWheel:

Informs the receiver that the mouse’s scroll wheel has moved.

- quickLookWithEvent:

Performs a Quick Look on the content at the location specified by the supplied event.

- changeModeWithEvent:

Informs the responder that performed a double-tap on the side of an Apple Pencil.