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No: 155 25 March 2003|
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around in the initial stages."
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possible mistakes. English is not native language for me.
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Question: Today many mice have more than three buttons.
And people program the fourth - thumb button differently. I want to catch an
event that usually done by right click - popup menu. My friend uses for that a
middle button on three buttons mouse. If somebody uses fourth (even fifth!)
button for that how my program can know it?
Answer: If your program supposed to support all kind of
mice use boolean isPopupTrigger() method of MouseEvent class. This method
returns whether or not this mouse event is the popup menu trigger event for the
Popup menus are triggered differently on different systems. Therefore,
isPopupTrigger should be checked in both mousePressed and mouseReleased for
proper cross-platform functionality.
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Question: What is a rasterizer? Why doesn't Java 2D use
a native rasterizer for rendering fonts?
Answer: A rasterizer takes ideal shapes and produces
coverage values for each pixel. The coverage values represent how much of each
pixel is covered by the shape. These coverage values are called alpha values.
Each pixel has its own alpha value which indicates the transparency of the
2D API uses the T2K font rasterizer from Type Solutions. The Font Fusion font
engine is independent of processor and OS and compatible with all industry
standard font formats. It is a full featured lean, mean and fast next generation
small-footprint multilingual scaleable outline font technology. Font Fusion was
designed for both gray-scale and black and white, ROM and non-ROM, based devices
where the fonts may reside locally or remotely.
allowing T2K to rasterize fonts, the Java 2D API isn't dependent on native
rasterizers for the scalable outline fonts that it supports, which results in
more consistent metrics display across different platforms and between on-screen
and off-screen rendering.
this tip is based on
I know that the PersonalJava application environment is a Java platform for
building network-connectable applications for consumer devices for home, office
and mobile use.
How does the PersonalJava application environment differ
from the EmbeddedJava application environment?
The PersonalJava application environment is designed for Web-connected consumer
devices that are often executing applets from a network. To enable this "general
purpose" functionality, a core required set of APIs or libraries must be present
on every PersonalJava-enabled device. The EmbeddedJava application environment
is targeted at dedicated-function embedded devices which may be
network-connected or standalone. These dedicated-function devices will be
performing a defined set of software tasks which are well-known at product
conception. Only the class libraries that are needed to support this set of
software tasks are included on the device. Because of this, every EmbeddedJava
implementation may be different since there is no concept of a core required set
of API's. The advantage of this is that the EmbeddedJava implementation often
occupies a smaller memory footprint than the PersonalJava application
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Email me anytime
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