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how to make swing components ignore the user events ??

 
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initially listeners are added to components.
at some time we want to ignore the events generated by user.
after some time we want the listeners to work as before.
instead of disabling and enabling each and every component, how to achieve this??

Thank you,
 
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Why would you want to do this?

Your question is to vague to give a specific answer.

Maybe the Disabled Glass Pane will help.
 
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Thanks for the reply,

when the application is busy in doing something in background, i change the cursor to busy cursor, and also that any user events will not be accepted.

this is my requirement.
 
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