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Default reload button in WebView

Sudhanshu Mishra
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Joined: May 28, 2011
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Hi All,
I created a WebView in JavaFX for viewing the webpages and it works fine.
Issue is , when I right click on the WebView , I get a reload button which I did not program , so I am assuming that is the default one.This button appears awkardly outside the WebView area, not at the place where I clicked.

Can I get this resolved? Since I did not program this so I am not getting how to resolve it.
I request you all to help.

Thanks.....
John Damien Smith
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Stack Overflow : Blocking/disabling JavaFX 2 WebView right click
webView.setContextMenuEnabled javadoc
John Damien Smith
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Also note the incorrect positioning of the contextmenu when it does display is likely a bug in the version of JavaFX that you are using.
It is likely that the positioning bug is fixed for Java 8.
 
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