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Hi folks, I have a rather peculiar need in a JInternalFrame subclass to be able to react to right-mouse-button clicks on the titlebar (and presses) by displaying a context menu (JPopupMenu). I've gone through the typical path to locate the titlebar and can get my popup to display through a mouselistener; but it immediately disappears when I release the mouse (I presume the frame's UI delegate is also listening and turning the event into a drag or window-raise; which makes the popup disappear). Can anybody suggest a quick and simple way to get at the code in the UI which listens for mouse events, so I can override it in my subclass and avoid passing it on if the click was from the right mouse button?