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How to fire an event , when mouse clicked on any button in a given browser,
 
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Go through the API for Buttons and it tells you which methods there are.

But you don't "fire" anything usually: you need to read the appropriate parts of the Java Tutorials about events.
 
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You keep talking about "browser", but this is an SWT application, right? Maybe you can clarify for us what connection there is to any web browser; that sure confuses me.
 
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