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Hi there
I'm wondering whether some window events such as WINDOW_ACTIVATED for JWindow are "consumed" somewhere, or they will never happen to be in the event queue?
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[ March 30, 2004: Message edited by: Stephen Suen ]
 
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The events aren't being consumed... I don't think that JWindow ever generates these events. If you are using JDK 1.4+ you can use a JFrame and call setUndecorated( true ). Undecorated JFrames *will* generate these events.
 
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