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Thread: n00b asking jspinner question

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    Default Re: n00b asking jspinner question

    Is your problem that you don't want the contents to be selected?
    You can probably add a listener and have it turn off the selection.
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    Default Re: n00b asking jspinner question

    Yes,when i accidentally double click on it ,i dont want contents to be selected ,but that doesn't mean that i am not using
    manual or desired mouse focus selection ,so its not like i can turn off the focus.
    Do you mean i can add a mouse double click listener ,or some other kind?

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    Default Re: n00b asking jspinner question

    What is the difference between an accidental selection and a desired selection?
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    Default Re: n00b asking jspinner question

    Accidental is when i double click accidentally so the focus is in the whole content and that annoys my desired mouse selection
    that trys to select only few numbers in the field.

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    Default Re: n00b asking jspinner question

    I think you can unselect when a selection has been made. See the caretlistener and use the caret setting methods.
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    Default Re: n00b asking jspinner question

    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    I think you can unselect when a selection has been made. See the caretlistener and use the caret setting methods.
    Thanks, i will try that

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    Default Re: n00b asking jspinner question

    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    I think you can unselect when a selection has been made. See the caretlistener and use the caret setting methods.
    Yess! I Done it!
    I just want to brag a little ,this is big thing for a n00b
    I use a mouse listener and it works perfectly:


    	textField.addMouseListener(new MouseAdapter() {
    							public void mousePressed(MouseEvent e) {
    								if (e.getClickCount() == 1 ) {
    								  d = textField.getCaret().getMark();  			
    								}
    								 if (e.getClickCount() == 2 ) {
    									textField.setCaretPosition(d);
    								}
    							}	
    	                      });
    Last edited by john123; March 25th, 2012 at 07:02 AM.

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