You might have a look to PopupWindow.consumeAutoHidingEvents property. By default, it’s true so I think it’s why PopupWindow consumes the MOUSE_PRESSED event. If you turn it to false, MOUSE_PRESSED event should flow up and reach your background object.
Eric Le 23 avr. 2014 à 16:40, Robert Fisher <rfis...@tesis.de> a écrit : > Hi everyone, > > I'm confused about how pressed and dragged events are related in JavaFX. My > initial assumption was that MOUSE_PRESSED events would *always* precede > MOUSE_DRAGGED events. That is, you would never find a case where a > MOUSE_DRAGGED event fired on a node and a MOUSE_PRESSED event had not fired. > > However I then found the following exception: when I have a popup showing > that is configured to hide itself when it loses focus. If I drag on a > background node, a MOUSE_DRAGGED handler will fire but a MOUSE_PRESSED > handler will not. Like the MOUSE_PRESSED event is being consumed in the > process of hiding the popup, or something. I observed this behaviour in both > JavaFX 7 and 8. > > Is this a bug? Or am I making too many assumptions about how MOUSE_PRESSED > and MOUSE_DRAGGED events are related? > > Cheers, > Rob