Re: Pressing ALT obscures components when using Windows L&F

"Andrew Thompson" <u32984@uwe>
Wed, 11 Apr 2007 12:43:22 GMT
ub wrote:

Please refrain from top-posting in future. I
find it most confusing.

The code I presented is the smallest code sample I could come up to
show the problem I ran into.

The problem did not display here.

..Using the "null" layout was the simplest
way to ...

..introduce further problems that obscure the issue?

..demonstrate the issue. Actually a custom-made LayoutManager is
used in the real application but shows exactly the same behaviour as
the "null" layout.

The first thing usually done in a custom layout manager
(as mentioned in my post) is to setLayout(null). If the
author of that custom layout showed as little
understanding of the complexities of creating a
layout as was demonstrated in the posted example,
it is just as broken as the posted code.

...rewriting the layout is not really an option.


Sounds as though you are up sh*t creek, without
a paddle, if you are limited as to how to approach
solutions. Good luck with it.

Andrew Thompson

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