m.hearn at signal.qinetiq.com
Fri May 16 05:51:36 CDT 2003
D'oh, I forgot to mention - this test case only demonstrates the bad
clipping when you switch virtual desktops for some reason. My actual app
suffers when you switch apps using alt-tab as well. I suspect it's
affected by system speed etc, so it might not be dupable at all :(
On Fri, 2003-05-16 at 11:41, Mike Hearn wrote:
> On Mon, 2003-05-12 at 19:03, Ulrich Czekalla wrote:
> > Hi Mike,
> > It could be a z-order issue. If you want, I'll have a look if you send
> > me a sample app or point me to a download link.
> Hmm, the only way I can think of sending you this test case would be to
> send a complete fake windows directory :( Basically, what you'd need to
> do in order is this:
> 1) Install IE (i use v6)
> 2) Install Java 1.4.1 SDK from java.sun.com (to c:\java to make things
> 3) Download and install Neva Coroutine (30 day trial) from
> 4) Copy corojdk.dll from the Coroutine/ directory to fake windows
> system, and the Coroutine4Java.jar file to c:\java\jre\lib
> 5) Apply the attached patch in the Java2COM/Examples directory (the last
> section may not be needed). This ports the example to Swing.
> 6) The bootstrap script I've been using is also attached (to be put into
> the Examples/WebBrowser directory) which will compile then run the
> I'll completely understand if you'd rather skip this one :|
> Anyway, perhaps you could elaborate on what exact z-ordering problems
> there might be? Are there any good docs on how this should work around?
> I'll go have a look at MSDN now....
> thanks -mike
Mike Hearn <m.hearn at signal.qinetiq.com>
QinetiQ - Malvern Technology Center
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