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Automated testing tool for GUI in Java

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I need to test an user interface which uses java swing,openGL,SVG(Scalable Vector graphics).It has a frame with a split pane,with two panels on left side and three panels on right side. A left side panel contains 3000 elements which are basically labels.Double clicking an element causes the element's text to appear on the other panel on the left side and a 3D figure to appear on one panel of the right side ,and some plots to appear on the other two panels on the right side.Each element has a popup-menu.Selecting an item in the pop-up menu opens several new panels.I need an automated testing tool that runs through each of these 3000 items ,double clicking them and selecting the items of the pop-up menus of these elements and checks whether all panels appear and also reports any exceptions.
Could anybody suggest me a suitable Automated Testing Tool in Java ?. Thanks in advance.
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