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Saifuddin Hitawala
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I'm creating a wizard page in eclipse using SWT libraries. So far I have succeeded in creating the page but with only one issue:- SWT composite doesn't get selected.
My wizard page contains a scrolledComposite containing multiple composites in a grid fashion. Each composite contains a browser just like a sample template. What I want is when I select a composite containing browser it should get selected and the finish button activated.

Now, my doubt is, how do I make the composite containing the browser selectable as a composite doesn't contain selectionListener. Or better still, is there a way to make a browser selectable?

Sample code would be appreciated.

I'm a noob and this is my first question on CodeRanch so please forgive me for any mistakes in question.
 
Saifuddin Hitawala
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After doing some research, I found there was a system specific bug due to which it wouldn't reach the FocusListener code. See bug here https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=84532

The following code contains workaround through which a SWT Browser can get focus.


Now the browser does get focus through which my button gets activated but is there any way to show it as selected?
 
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