Type Method

windowNumber(at:belowWindowWithWindowNumber:)

Returns the number of the frontmost window that would be hit by a mouse-down at the specified screen location.

Declaration

class func windowNumber(at point: NSPoint, belowWindowWithWindowNumber windowNumber: Int) -> Int

Parameters

point

The location of the mouse-down in screen coordinates.

windowNumber

If non-0, the search will start below windowNumber window in z-order.

Return Value

The window number of the window under the point. The window number returned may correspond to a window in another application.

Discussion

Because this method uses the same rules as mouse-down hit-testing, windows with transparency at the given point, and windows that ignore mouse events, will not be returned.

See Also

Handling Mouse Events

var acceptsMouseMovedEvents: Bool

A Boolean value that indicates whether the window accepts mouse-moved events.

var ignoresMouseEvents: Bool

A Boolean value that indicates whether the window is transparent to mouse events.

var mouseLocationOutsideOfEventStream: NSPoint

The current location of the pointer reckoned in the window’s base coordinate system, regardless of the current event being handled or of any events pending.

func trackEvents(matching: NSEvent.EventTypeMask, timeout: TimeInterval, mode: RunLoop.Mode, handler: (NSEvent?, UnsafeMutablePointer<ObjCBool>) -> Void)

Tracks events that match the specified mask using the specified tracking handler until the tracking handler explicitly terminates tracking.