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Hi Pradeep AJAX is "Asynchronous Java Script and XML".Mainly used if we need to refresh a part of a HTML page but not the total page.For example take an example of Country/State.I have a Country l...more
You need to explicitly pass in the button labels and initial value via the showOptionDialog() method (or constructor). int selection = JOptionPane.showOptionDialog(CreditDefaultLegPanel.this, ...more
The javax.accessibility.screen_magnifier_present property is available. When true, the magnifier is present, and your application can be altered accordingly.
Class AccessibleRole Added the following constants: DATE_EDITOR FONT_CHOOSER GROUP_BOX SPIN_BOX STATUS_BAR
The 1.4 API increased the accessibility API by adding the following: javax.accessibility.AccessibleEditableText javax.accessibility.AccessibleExtendedComponent javax.accessibility.AccessibleExt...more
How do I have the Java console automatically show up when the runtime for the Java Plug-in starts up?
This is controlled by an option in the Control Panel. Find the Advanced tab of the Java feature under the Control Panel. Select "Show console" and it will startup automatically.
Select Java in the Control Panel. Select the Advanced Tab. Find the Miscellaneous option at the bottom. Make sure the "Place Java icon in system tray" option is selected.
The original accessible API set missed some features in the AccessibleComponent interface. Since the main interface couldn't be altered, Sun introduced a secondary interface AccessibleExtendedComp...more
While the Java Access Bridge (http://java.sun.com/products/accessbridge/) exposes the Swing components to the platform, it seems not all screen readers understand this bridge. You can't just use a...more
Either by setting the AWT_TOOLKIT environment variable or the awt.toolkit system property. The AWT_TOOLKIT environment variable can be set to XToolkit or MToolkit depending upon which of the Unix...more
J2SE 5.0 reimplemented the AWT Toolkit to remove the Motif and Xt dependency and improve performance. Solaris still keeps the Motif default but Linux machines uses the newer XToolkit as its default.more
Chet Haase at Sun claims "Java on Vista: Yes, it Works" at http://weblogs.java.net/blog/chet/archive/2006/10/java_on_vista_y.html. There is more said there than can be written here.more
According to the release notes: On Windows Vista, there is a more restrictive sandbox for signed applets. A user has fewer privileges than if they were running on another Windows OS. On a Wind...more