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Trouble with AWT, Swing and JInternalFrame! Tricky

wonay nocse
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Joined: May 10, 2012
Posts: 5
ok my problem is:

i have

- a JDesktopFrame

and inside i have :
- 1 jinternalframe which is a "background" i put WebRenderer to have a dynamique background sent by a webservice

and i want to open several time a .jar ( lets call it clients )

the problem is :

when i have two clients open, at the moment my mouse come over , the content ( and only the content ) of the jinternalframe pop on top of the others even when the jinternalframe is behind !

I think its because the content is a frame which is a heavyweight component.

Someone would have a solution ???

Thank you !!!
Bill Johnston
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Joined: Nov 17, 2005
Posts: 201
Hi,

What is a JDesktopFrame ? And could you explain whether you're mixing AWT and Swing Components in the same application ?


~Bill
wonay nocse
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Joined: May 10, 2012
Posts: 5
Sorry jdesktoppane, my bad.
Hmm in my apps i only use swing. I think the jar use awt.
Bill Johnston
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wonay nocse wrote:Sorry jdesktoppane, my bad.
Hmm in my apps i only use swing. I think the jar use awt.


Which jar do you refer to?
wonay nocse
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Joined: May 10, 2012
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Its a intern jar of my company
Bill Johnston
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wonay nocse wrote:Its a intern jar of my company


Is the main application that you refer to in your first posting an application that you built and are you referring in turn to this jar ? Is the main application called JDesktopFrame ?
wonay nocse
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Joined: May 10, 2012
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the application im working on is just an interface to manage the application which is contain in the jar , its a JFrame application, i put it in the jinternalframe which are in the jdesktoppane
 
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