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JTable editing with double click + AbstractCellEditor

 
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Hi,

I have a JTable, custom cell editors obtained extending AbstractCellEditor.
Everything work fine.
However, the editing starts after a single click on the cell, but I want the editing to start after DOUBLE click.
I've seen there's a nice method in DefaultCellEditor : setClickCountToStart(int), but of course nothing similar for AbstractCellEditor.

Is there a way to start editing after a double click?
Ok I can detect double clicking using mouseEvent and using editCellAt(int,int), but of course the editing starts after the first click....

Thanks in advance!
 
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Reimplement the cell editor's isCellEditable method. The implementation from DefaultCellEditor.EditorDelegate, which is what's being used by DefaultCellEditor:
There's the click count you were talking about.
 
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Thank you! Works like charm
 
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You're welcome. Did you know that you can find the source yourself? It's in a file called "src.zip" that's located inside the JDK main folder.
 
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Rob Spoor wrote:You're welcome. Did you know that you can find the source yourself? It's in a file called "src.zip" that's located inside the JDK main folder.


I didn't!! thank you again and sorry for the late reply!
 
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No problem
 
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