pointer [Protocol Class]
Summary: The protocol class that corresponds to a pointing device. If you want to create a new class that behaves like pointer, it should be a subclass of pointer . Subclasses of pointer must obey the pointer protocol. Members of this class are mutable.
Summary: Returns t if object is a pointer; otherwise, it returns nil .
Summary: Specifies the port with which the pointer is associated.
Summary: The instantiable class that implements a pointer.
pointer-port [Generic Function]
Summary: Returns the port with which the pointer pointer is associated.
pointer-sheet [Generic Function]
(setf pointer-sheet) [Generic Function]
Arguments: sheet pointer
Summary: Returns (or sets) the sheet over which the pointer pointer is located.
pointer-button-state [Generic Function]
Summary: Returns the state of the buttons of the pointer pointer . This is represented as the logior of the values obtained from pointer-event-button .
pointer-position [Generic Function]
Summary: Returns the x and y position of the pointer pointer as two values.
(setf* pointer-position) [Generic Function]
Arguments: x y pointer
Summary: Sets the x and y position of the pointer pointer to the specified position. For the details of setf* , see C.4, Multiple-Value Setf
pointer-cursor [Generic Function]
(setf pointer-cursor) [Generic Function]
Arguments: cursor pointer
Summary: A pointer object usually has a visible cursor associated with it. These functions return (or set) the cursor associated with the pointer pointer .
Common Lisp Interface Manager 2.0 User's Guide - 7 Aug 2017