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1  Game Development / Newbie & Debugging Questions / Threads and listener on: 2006-05-02 22:59:51

I am devloping a board game in java. In order to allow a user to move, i want to detect mouse clicks on the board(graphics2D stuff).  I have a method called move that gets the squares a user can move to (Rectangle2D.Float).  I add a mouse listener to the board.  I then loop and ask the mouse listener for the Point of the last event to check whther one of the allowed rectangles contains it.  Unfortunately, it never goes in the mouse listener, it just sits in the loop.  I know how to write mouse listeners and I have tested it without the loop.
Is a mouse listener created in a new thread?  It seems like the mouse listener's events are never called, and he code in stuck in the main thread.

Plaese help im so confused.

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