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Old February 9th, 2005, 02:45 PM
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what is the difference between clientX/clientY and screenX/screenY properties of the mouse Event Object .. if any ??


 
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this from MSDN

screenX Property
Retrieves the x-coordinate of the mouse pointer's position relative to the user's screen.


clientX Property
Sets or retrieves the x-coordinate of the mouse pointer's position relative to the client area of the window, excluding window decorations and scroll bars.


it's abvious now

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