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can you create a SWT widget off screen and scape graphics? [message #444149] Thu, 07 October 2004 20:04
Sean Neeley is currently offline Sean NeeleyFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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How do you do it?

I'm designing a SWT user interface builder using GEF. My original
approach was to create the SWT control over the top of a lightweight
IFigure of the same size and position, scrape the graphics, then destroy
the SWT control, then paint the IFigure with the image of the SWT
control. The only problem is, if half of the SWT widget is past the
edge of the shell when I scrape the graphics, I end up with garbage on
the half of the image where the widget was offscreen. I tried creating
the SWT widget in a new shell that was positioned off screen, but when I
scrape the graphics, I get nothing. Is this possible somehow? I've
seen several posts eluding to this, but I've been unable to figure out
how to do it.

Thank you.
- Sean
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