- Alright, so let's finish up this application.…The only thing we have to worry about…is what happens when the mouse moves.…We've already set this up by marking down…the mouse position when the user clicks the mouse.…So, if you go over here to addEventListener mousedown,…here, we keep track of this original Y position.…This is one of our globals that we set up up here,…and we also keep track of the original frequency.…Again, both of these happen when…we click on the mouse button.…So, when somebody moves the mouse,…we need to modify these, but before we do that,…we have to set up a couple of little variables here.…
So, this is gonna be an internal variable called distanceY,…and it's gonna be equal to the event clientY,…so that's the position based on this event…that gets passed along when somebody moves the mouse.…And we're gonna take that and subtract it…from the original Y position, so it's gonna give us…the distance and movement.…Now, we're also gonna update the X position…of the mouse, so this will be mouseXpos,…
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