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Dr. Jason Barraclough
Hi there! Me again. I have been using the API and source and have managed to get a pretty decent Swing example of your browser happening. I have noticed that when the browser is running and viewing a PDF file, it would appear that there are intrinsic key actions to the panel. After doing some searching I found these in the multipage class. My problem is, I am able to initially get the number of pages in a PDF document. I can get it to advance and go backward between pages, but if I press the "page down" or left/right arrows, the PDF page changes without my interface updating. I added a keylistener object to the browser, but this doesn't do much- would appear that the browser does not have the focus when you are viewing a PDF, hence no KeyListener action. Was just wanting to know if there was a way of listening to the Browser.eventq() methods that get fired off internally when you press the arrows or page up/down so I can set up a listener interface for page changes in Swing. Then I can post some code!
PS- thanks for your help with all of this, I appreciate it.
You can write a simple behavior to do this. You can also see what Fab Four does.