From: Richard Urwin <RU<rwin@sc...> - 2002-04-26 07:35:44
Does this help?
On Tue 12 March 2002 09:24PM, Dirk Moebius [dmoebius@...] wrote:
> On Tuesday, 12. March 2002 15:27, HaJo.Wuellner@... wrote:
> > I noticed a change in the behaviouer of teh BufferList plugin with =
> > 4.0p7.
> > When I select a buffer in the list the focus is not given to the
> > The textarea gets the focus not until I hit RETURN.
> > I have to click into it when I want to edit. This was not in =
> > jedit 3.2.2.
> > Is this intended ?
> No, it's caused by the new Focus API of JDK 1.4. BufferList needs to =
Richard Urwin, Software Design Engineer
Schenck Test Automation
Braemar Court, 1311b Melton Road, Syston, UK.
From: "Sch=F6rk, Andreas" [mailto:andreas.schoerk@...]
Sent: Thursday, April 25, 2002 11:54 AM
Subject: [ jEdit-users ] keystrokes not accepted after switching =
I have a quite serious (for me) issue in using jedit 4.0 on java 1.4 =
Frequently I am not able to use any keystrokes for shortcuts or entry =
I only can use the mouse until I switch to another application and back =
afterwards everything works normal until I select another buffer from =
top of the bufferwindow or other actions I have not identified yet.
I have seen a similar behaviour in using jswat with java 1.4 so I am =
if this is possibly a java-bug.
Nobody else on the mailinglist mentioned this until now, perhaps =
is using 1.3=20
on windows 2000 or is it a problem only related to my system ??
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