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Anonymous

I would like to be able to vote for this issue:
https://java3d.dev.java.net/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=65

Does the fact that voting is unavailable (at least for me) mean anything
wrt planned-fix date?

-- Russell
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Russell East

Paul Byrne wrote:
> Alternatively rather than using WakeupOnAWTEvent you could always
create an AWT Listener and use Behavior post...

I'm not sure this will work for me, but I'll give it a try. I'm
skeptical about it because I currently have a MouseListener added to the
Canvas3D to detect right-mouse-click events, and the problem is that the
mouse clicks are only detected "near" the right hand side of the
Canvas3D - only about 20-30 pixels from the frame border.

Maybe this is happening because the Canvas3D is contained within a
JComponent with Swing hierarchy. I've never really thought much about
it until now, since right-clicking near the right-hand side of the
window seems natural anyway. Is this a known problem?

-- Russell
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java3d-interest@javadesktop.org wrote:

> I believe you need to be a project observer and be logged into
> java.net before you can vote for an issue.
>
> I seem to remember someone was working on this bug, but the bug report
> has not been updated. If you would like to work on the issue we can
> work with you to integrate your fix into the next release.
>
> Alternatively rather than using WakeupOnAWTEvent you could always
> create an AWT Listener and use Behavior post.
> ---
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>
> http: //www.javadesktop.org/forums/thread.jspa?messageID=51200ì €
>
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Russell East

Oh good! The MouseWheelListener seems to work fine. Thanks-a-much,
-- Russell
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Russell East wrote:

> Paul Byrne wrote:
> > Alternatively rather than using WakeupOnAWTEvent you could always
> create an AWT Listener and use Behavior post...
>
> I'm not sure this will work for me, but I'll give it a try. I'm
> skeptical about it because I currently have a MouseListener added to
> the Canvas3D to detect right-mouse-click events, and the problem is
> that the mouse clicks are only detected "near" the right hand side of
> the Canvas3D - only about 20-30 pixels from the frame border.
>
> Maybe this is happening because the Canvas3D is contained within a
> JComponent with Swing hierarchy. I've never really thought much about
> it until now, since right-clicking near the right-hand side of the
> window seems natural anyway. Is this a known problem?
>
> -- Russell
> ______________________________________________
>
> java3d-interest@javadesktop.org wrote:
>
>> I believe you need to be a project observer and be logged into
>> java.net before you can vote for an issue.
>>
>> I seem to remember someone was working on this bug, but the bug
>> report has not been updated. If you would like to work on the issue
>> we can work with you to integrate your fix into the next release.
>>
>> Alternatively rather than using WakeupOnAWTEvent you could always
>> create an AWT Listener and use Behavior post.
>> ---
>> [Message sent by forum member 'paulby' (Paul Byrne)]
>>
>> http: //www.javadesktop.org/forums/thread.jspa?messageID=51200ì €
>>
>>
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paulby
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I believe you need to be a project observer and be logged into java.net before you can vote for an issue.

I seem to remember someone was working on this bug, but the bug report has not been updated. If you would like to work on the issue we can work with you to integrate your fix into the next release.

Alternatively rather than using WakeupOnAWTEvent you could always create an AWT Listener and use Behavior post.

Russell East

Does "be a project observer" mean the same as having the project in "My
Watch list"?
If so, then I was logged in, and there was no button available to vote
for this bug.
I wonder if it is because that bug was transferred from the regular Java
bug list?
-- Russell

java3d-interest@javadesktop.org wrote:

> I believe you need to be a project observer and be logged into
> java.net before you can vote for an issue.
>
> I seem to remember someone was working on this bug, but the bug report
> has not been updated. If you would like to work on the issue we can
> work with you to integrate your fix into the next release.
>
> Alternatively rather than using WakeupOnAWTEvent you could always
> create an AWT Listener and use Behavior post.
> ---
> [Message sent by forum member 'paulby' (Paul Byrne)]
>
> http: //www.javadesktop.org/forums/thread.jspa?messageID=51200ì €
>
>
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> To unsubscribe, e-mail: interest-unsubscribe@java3d.dev.java.net
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kcr
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> Does "be a project observer" mean the same as having
> the project in "My Watch list"?

No. You need to request an Observer role in the java.net project. You can do this at:

https://java3d.dev.java.net/servlets/ProjectMembershipRequest

-- Kevin