glasspane

Java Glass pane

情到浓时终转凉″ 提交于 2019-12-03 14:15:41
I have a problem. I want to ask you how can I implement GlassPane to paint on it. I mean, if I click mouse button, in mouseClicked event, my transparent glass pane should be created, because I want to see all my components behind glassPane and I can paint on it using mouseDragged event. When I

how to set the position of glasspane in JFrame?

我只是一个虾纸丫 提交于 2019-12-02 21:52:40
问题 I'm trying to create a menu slider from the left side of the frame. It need to be floating above the content, where i can access it always with a mouse listener(open the menu when the mouse is close to the left edge). Well, I set my GlassPane (My JPanel ) as setOpaue(false) and it was floating above the content. but the glasspane always positioned on the center, and I need to have a possibility to move it,slide it, but with no luck. the setBounds and setLocation does not worked for me. Can

Block entire swing ui except for one component - “dialog style”

╄→гoц情女王★ 提交于 2019-12-02 07:07:31
[This question is in relation to this question ] Setting : I have this home-crafted "editable label" component which looks like a label, but when you click it, it turns into an editable field, allowing you to edit it. You can hit Esc to cancel, or Shift-Enter to OK your edits - or click the

Block entire swing ui except for one component - “dialog style”

房东的猫 提交于 2019-12-02 06:58:48
问题 [This question is in relation to this question] Setting : I have this home-crafted "editable label" component which looks like a label, but when you click it, it turns into an editable field, allowing you to edit it. You can hit Esc to cancel, or Shift-Enter to OK your edits - or click the respective buttons beneath the editable field. The challenge : When you go into this edit-mode, I want the rest of the UI to be completely blocked: You shall either cancel or OK the edit before being able

For glasspane purposes, why are input elements in Swing seemingly not considered part of a JPanel?

余生长醉 提交于 2019-12-02 02:44:43
问题 By input elements I mean things like JSpinners and JComboxBoxes. My glasspane is passed a JPanel containing JSpinners, JComboBoxes and for the most part, JLabels. The glasspane has a MouseListener attached. The surprising thing is that mouseEntered is called upon the mouse cursor leaving the input elements and hovering over the other parts or empty space of the JPanel! Is this normal behaviour? How can I get the input elements to be considered part of the JPanel for Glasspane purposes? Here

For glasspane purposes, why are input elements in Swing seemingly not considered part of a JPanel?

纵饮孤独 提交于 2019-12-02 02:38:10
By input elements I mean things like JSpinners and JComboxBoxes. My glasspane is passed a JPanel containing JSpinners, JComboBoxes and for the most part, JLabels. The glasspane has a MouseListener attached. The surprising thing is that mouseEntered is called upon the mouse cursor leaving the input

Layout Manager and Positioning

你说的曾经没有我的故事 提交于 2019-12-01 17:34:55
how to stick JLabel in GlassPane to rellative, floating coordinates from JProgressBar without using ComponentListener or another listener, is there built_in notifiers in Standard LayoutManagers that can notify about its internal state, and can be accesible for override, instead my attempt with

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