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mouselistener problem

 
Flora Ng
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How can I implement something like this:
There're 2 buttons. When click the first one, the pointer will change to wait cursor unless button2 is pressed. When it enters the second one, it will change to default cursor.
I know I have to use mouselistener, but the compiler keep on complaining: gui.java uses or overrides a deprecated API
What's the problem?
Hope can get some help...
Thanks a lot.
 
Durga Penmatsa
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Hi,
I am not clear what you are looking for. Could you be more specific or paste some of our code where this error is coming
Reagrds
Durga
Originally posted by Flora Ng:
How can I implement something like this:
There're 2 buttons. When click the first one, the pointer will change to wait cursor unless button2 is pressed. When it enters the second one, it will change to default cursor.
I know I have to use mouselistener, but the compiler keep on complaining: gui.java uses or overrides a deprecated API
What's the problem?
Hope can get some help...
Thanks a lot.

 
Rehan Malik
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Whatever you are implementing works.
As far as the deprecation error that occurs...it's not an error. It's just merely a warning and a suggestion to use a newer version of a method that you are using.
That's all.
Just compile w/ deprecation option and then you'll see which method it's referring to. Then flip through the Java documentations and find out which one to use.
 
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