This is where it gets interesting. First, in order to receive mouse events, we need to override
YES. A flag is set to show that we've had a mouseDown but not yet a corresponding mouseUp, so we are interested in mouseDragged events.
During the drag, we keep track of the point where the mouse was the last time we did anything. The shape is moved based on the difference between the current and previous positions. However, we have to check if the shape is about to move beyond the bounds of the view, and not move in that case. We use a function defined in "NSGeometry.h" to check this.
There is code that is commented out for doing the move with an affine transform (it works). But I decided it's simpler to just make a new NSBezierPath object.
Although this example seems to be OK, it is a little jerky near the edge of the view. It feels like the mouse position and the point we're tracking can get out of synch. You have to go slowly to nudge the shape right up to the edge. Perhaps I can find a better implementation.