<br>How to bring tooltip to foreground of a xwidget when they coincide. We want to keep tooltip manager as a lightweight component.</br>
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Posted By:   manu_kaushal
Posted On:   Wednesday, June 5, 2002 10:47 PM


We are using combination of java buttons and xwindows objects. For java buttons, if we make tooltip manager as lightweight component, it goes in background when it coincides with x. If we make tooltip as heavyweight component, button click requires two clicks as first click is being absorbed by tootip manager. Any suggestions??

Re: <br>How to bring tooltip to foreground of a xwidget when they coincide. We want to keep tooltip manager as a lightweight component.</br>

Posted By:   manu_kaushal  
Posted On:   Saturday, June 22, 2002 02:04 AM

For people who might be interested in this, i have the answer.
Make the tooltip manager as heavyweight component, and if it is requiring more than one click, then put the concerned button on an awt panel(not on swing's jPanel).
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