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Constructor

Phaser. DeviceButton

new DeviceButton(parent, buttonCode)

DeviceButtons belong to both Phaser.Pointer and Phaser.SinglePad (Gamepad) instances.

For Pointers they represent the various buttons that can exist on mice and pens, such as the left button, right button,
middle button and advanced buttons like back and forward.

Access them via Pointer.leftbutton, Pointer.rightButton and so on.

On Gamepads they represent all buttons on the pad: from shoulder buttons to action buttons.

At the time of writing this there are device limitations you should be aware of:

  • On Windows, if you install a mouse driver, and its utility software allows you to customize button actions
    (e.g., IntelliPoint and SetPoint), the middle (wheel) button, the 4th button, and the 5th button might not be set,
    even when they are pressed.
  • On Linux (GTK), the 4th button and the 5th button are not supported.
  • On Mac OS X 10.5 there is no platform API for implementing any advanced buttons.
Parameters
Name Type Description
parent Phaser.Pointer | Phaser.SinglePad

A reference to the parent of this button. Either a Pointer or a Gamepad.

buttonCode number

The button code this DeviceButton is responsible for.

Source code: input/DeviceButton.js (Line 31)

Public Properties

altKey : boolean

True if the alt key was held down when this button was last pressed or released.
Not supported on Gamepads.

Source code: input/DeviceButton.js (Line 87)

buttonCode : number

The buttoncode of this button if a Gamepad, or the DOM button event value if a Pointer.

Source code: input/DeviceButton.js (Line 114)

ctrlKey : boolean

True if the control key was held down when this button was last pressed or released.
Not supported on Gamepads.

Source code: input/DeviceButton.js (Line 103)

[readonly] duration : number

How long the button has been held down for in milliseconds.
If not currently down it returns -1.

Source code: input/DeviceButton.js (Line 300)

event : Object

The DOM event that caused the change in button state.

Source code: input/DeviceButton.js (Line 47)

game : Phaser.Game

A reference to the currently running game.

Source code: input/DeviceButton.js (Line 41)

isDown : boolean

The "down" state of the button.

Source code: input/DeviceButton.js (Line 53)

isUp : boolean

The "up" state of the button.

Default Value
  • true
Source code: input/DeviceButton.js (Line 59)

onDown : Phaser.Signal

This Signal is dispatched every time this DeviceButton is pressed down.
It is only dispatched once (until the button is released again).
When dispatched it sends 2 arguments: A reference to this DeviceButton and the value of the button.

Source code: input/DeviceButton.js (Line 122)

onFloat : Phaser.Signal

Gamepad only.
This Signal is dispatched every time this DeviceButton changes floating value (between, but not exactly, 0 and 1).
When dispatched it sends 2 arguments: A reference to this DeviceButton and the value of the button.

Source code: input/DeviceButton.js (Line 138)

onUp : Phaser.Signal

This Signal is dispatched every time this DeviceButton is released from a down state.
It is only dispatched once (until the button is pressed again).
When dispatched it sends 2 arguments: A reference to this DeviceButton and the value of the button.

Source code: input/DeviceButton.js (Line 130)

parent : Phaser.Pointer | Phaser.SinglePad

A reference to the Pointer or Gamepad that owns this button.

Type
Source code: input/DeviceButton.js (Line 36)

repeats : number

Gamepad only.
If a button is held down this holds down the number of times the button has 'repeated'.

Source code: input/DeviceButton.js (Line 79)

shiftKey : boolean

True if the shift key was held down when this button was last pressed or released.
Not supported on Gamepads.

Source code: input/DeviceButton.js (Line 95)

timeDown : number

The timestamp when the button was last pressed down.

Source code: input/DeviceButton.js (Line 65)

timeUp : number

The timestamp when the button was last released.

Source code: input/DeviceButton.js (Line 71)

value : number

Button value. Mainly useful for checking analog buttons (like shoulder triggers) on Gamepads.

Source code: input/DeviceButton.js (Line 109)

Public Methods

destroy()

Destroys this DeviceButton, this disposes of the onDown, onUp and onFloat signals
and clears the parent and game references.

Source code: input/DeviceButton.js (Line 279)

justPressed(duration) → {boolean}

Returns the "just pressed" state of this button.
Just pressed is considered true if the button was pressed down within the duration given (default 250ms).

Parameters
Name Type Argument Default Description
duration number <optional>
250

The duration in ms below which the button is considered as being just pressed.

Returns
boolean -

True if the button is just pressed otherwise false.

Source code: input/DeviceButton.js (Line 228)

justReleased(duration) → {boolean}

Returns the "just released" state of this button.
Just released is considered as being true if the button was released within the duration given (default 250ms).

Parameters
Name Type Argument Default Description
duration number <optional>
250

The duration in ms below which the button is considered as being just released.

Returns
boolean -

True if the button is just released otherwise false.

Source code: input/DeviceButton.js (Line 244)

<internal> padFloat(value)

Called automatically by Phaser.SinglePad.

Parameters
Name Type Description
value number

Button value

Internal:
  • This member is internal (protected) and may be modified or removed in the future.
Source code: input/DeviceButton.js (Line 213)

reset()

Resets this DeviceButton, changing it to an isUp state and resetting the duration and repeats counters.

Source code: input/DeviceButton.js (Line 260)

<internal> start(event, value)

Called automatically by Phaser.Pointer and Phaser.SinglePad.
Handles the button down state.

Parameters
Name Type Argument Description
event object <optional>

The DOM event that triggered the button change.

value number <optional>

The button value. Only get for Gamepads.

Internal:
  • This member is internal (protected) and may be modified or removed in the future.
Source code: input/DeviceButton.js (Line 144)

<internal> stop(event, value)

Called automatically by Phaser.Pointer and Phaser.SinglePad.
Handles the button up state.

Parameters
Name Type Argument Description
event object <optional>

The DOM event that triggered the button change.

value number <optional>

The button value. Only get for Gamepads.

Internal:
  • This member is internal (protected) and may be modified or removed in the future.
Source code: input/DeviceButton.js (Line 179)

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