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Thread: Problem with KeyListener

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    Default Problem with KeyListener

    Hello there...

    I need your help more. Now I have problem with JButton. I want the button listen for ENTER key. Logically, when I press ENTER key, it'll execute submit command. Can you help me solve this...

    Thanx for all attentions...


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    Default Re: Problem with KeyListener

    will focus be on the JButton? or will it b on a text box control? Because lets say for instance its a login screen then you want to listen to the Enter command on the password textarea to save people tabbing to the button, although you would want to listen for enter on the button also.

    Maybe this will be a clue, http://www.javaprogrammingforums.com...ava-swing.html

    Chris
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    Default Re: Problem with KeyListener

    I mean on JButton only

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    Default Re: Problem with KeyListener

    Try this, r12ki:

    this.getRootPane().setDefaultButton(btnOK);

    Cheers,

    Sean C.
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