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Represents the number of buttons being set in a synthetic mouse event.
Represents a character generated by pressing one or more keys on a keyboard.
A unique identifier for an attached display.
The percentage of blend color used in a fade operation.
A reference to a display configuration transaction.
The number of displays in various lists.
A uniform type for result codes returned by functions in Quartz Display Services.
The duration in seconds of a fade operation or a fade hardware reservation.
Fade Reservation Token
A token issued by Quartz when reserving one or more displays for a fade operation during a specified interval.
A reference to a display mode object.
Reconfiguration Call Back
A client-supplied callback function that’s invoked whenever the configuration of a local display is changed.
The time interval for a fade reservation.
A reference to a display stream object.
Stream Frame Available Handler
A block called when a data stream has a new frame event to process.
Stream Update Ref
A reference to frame update’s metadata.
Defines an opaque type that represents a low-level hardware event.
Defines a mask that identifies the set of Quartz events to be observed in an event tap.
Defines an opaque type that represents the source of a Quartz event.
Source Keyboard Type
Defines a code that represents the type of keyboard used with a specified event source.
Tap Call Back
A client-supplied callback function that’s invoked whenever an associated event tap receives a Quartz event.
Defines an opaque type that represents state within the client application that’s associated with an event tap.
Defines the elapsed time in nanoseconds since startup that a Quartz event occurred.
A value used to map a color generated in software to a color supported by the display hardware.
Represents the virtual key codes used in keyboard events.
A bitmask used in OpenGL to specify a set of attached displays.
The size of an array of Quartz rectangles.
A display’s refresh rate in frames per second.
A client-supplied callback function that’s invoked when an area of the display is modified or refreshed.
Update Move Callback
A client-supplied callback function invoked when an area of the display is moved.
Represents the number of wheels being set in a scroll wheel event.
The data type used to store window identifiers.
A level assigned to a window by an application framework.