Detect whether the mouse has left or entered in the browser window

Hello

I use v2014.1.1 EA

I need to hide a symbol when the mouse leaves the browser window and display the symbol again when the mouse enters the window of the browser.

Then when the mouse is entered in the browser window, if it does not move for a few seconds, the symbol has to hide again.

If someone has done something like this?

I fight because I'm not sure how to target the window or viewport.

Thank you

A

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He did it in the end:

{$("body").mouseleave (function ()}

DoSomeStuff;

});

{$("body").mouseenter (function ()}

DoSomeStuff;

});

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