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repeatRate
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Type
Property
Syntax
set the repeatRate to milliseconds
Introduced
1.0
Environment
Desktop, Web and Server
Platform Support
MacOS,Mac OS X,Windows,Linux
Security
None required
Summary
Specifies how long a scrollbar waits between repeats when the mouse button is held down.
Examples

set the repeatRate to 1000 -- 1 second

Additional Comments
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Use the repeatRate property to control auto-scrolling when the mouse button is held down.

Value:

The repeatRate is an integer.

By default, the repeatRate property is set to 50 (1/20th of a second).

Comments:

If the user clicks in the gray region of a scrollbar or on one of its arrows and holds the mouse button down, the scroll action is repeated and the scrollbar is updated repeatedly as long as the mouse is down. The repeatRate is the time in milliseconds between one update and the next.

If the repeatRate is zero, updates are performed as often as possible with no delay.

If the repeatRate is negative, scrollbar clicks do not repeat at all.

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