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james wilson
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I recentley implemented a java application which used JNI to create 'always on top' functionality on a windows platform. I now need to implement this on a Mac running OS X. Can anybody point me in the right direction, which might help me out or even have some suitable examples.
Thanks
James
 
Sumeet Gaikwad
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Dear James,
Have you tried the application on Mac OS X.? What kind of problem you have?
Plz send the problem to solve?
 
Cindy Glass
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He said that he want to force his window to be 'always on top'. He used a native solution for windows - so it will NOT work for Mac, and he needs to know how the Mac OS accomplishes it (some dll or whatever), so he can write a JNI solution incorporating it.
I, of course, know NOTHING about Macs - so I am no help whatsoever .
 
Garrett Smith
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Hi, I don't know any JNI either, but someone here should:
http://lists.apple.com/mailman/listinfo/java-dev
 
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