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Offline dafokka

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« Posted 2003-12-07 18:34:17 »


I'm working on a Full Screen GUI. Components like JLabels, JPanels and JButtons draw and behave as expected.
I can't seem to edit a JTextField though. I explicitly called field.setEditable(true);
Currently I'm using passive rendering, since performance isn't that critical; I'm using full screen mode because I do not want the taskbar or any other distracting features.
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!
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