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How return the controlling to default event handler?

Given that I had installed my own mouse event handler,

but how can I return the controlling to default/system event handler?

Because after installing my own mouse event handler,

and I pressed toolbar to add a sphere/box/cylinder to world

it turned out that the sphere/box/cylinder could not be placed on the ground

becuase "Mouse Release Event" is handled by my own mouse handler,default/system event handler cannot listen to the event

How can I deal with this problem?

Thank you~

How to return the controlling to default event handler?

Given that I had installed my own mouse event handler,

but how can I return the controlling to default/system event handler?

Because after installing my own mouse event handler,

and I pressed toolbar to add a sphere/box/cylinder to world

it turned out that the sphere/box/cylinder could not be placed on the ground

becuase "Mouse Release Event" is handled by my own mouse handler,default/system event handler cannot listen to the event

How can I deal with this problem?

Thank you~

How to return the controlling to default event handler?

Given that I had installed my own mouse event handler,

but how can I return the controlling to default/system event handler?

Because after installing my own mouse event handler,

and I pressed toolbar to add a sphere/box/cylinder to world

it turned out that the sphere/box/cylinder could not be released and placed on the ground

becuase "Mouse Release Event" is handled by my own mouse handler,default/system event handler cannot listen to the this event

How can I deal with this problem?

Thank you~