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Different Swing behaviour in Windows & Linux

 
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Hi ,

I have an IDEFIX Application(J2ee) whose Client is built on Java Swing.
Addtionally this application had to invoke an 3rd party Software.
On invoking the 3rd party Software from this application & on load
of the 3rd party Software.The Swing Behavior of the client
of IDEFIX Application behaves in a different way . for Eg : the
Disabled buttons are not visible ,enterlly the view becomes somewhat
differrnt & distorted.
IDEFIX Application invokes the 3rd party s\w through a Thread.

But The main problem is that it works properly in Linux ,
The problem arises in Windows system.

Please help in this regard,
Regards,
Kavin
 
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I'd like to remind you again to change your display name so it complies with the JavaRanch naming policy. To be clear, we ask that you have both a first and last name.
 
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