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Why JMenuItem is hidden by AWT component?

 
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I made a JApplet with JMenu, but when it is pulled down, the JMenuItem is not visible, part of which is hidden by the component below.
I have a Canvas added in a JPanel than add JPanel in the center of JApplet, then I find the canvas hides the JMenuItem, but when I tried with Swing class instead of Canvas, it's OK.
How can I use AWT class like Canvas, but not hide the JMenuItem?
Thanks a lot!
 
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you may not mix JComponent with AWTComponent.
 
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