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[POCKET PC - WM2003SE]Strange j9 behaviour [message #446946] Mon, 06 December 2004 23:31 Go to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: guillaume_godetbar.nospam.nospam.hotmail.com

Hello,
I'm using the latest (3050) SWT for the j9 JVM. Programs run
smoothly,except that two top bars appear instead of one, that is,
there's one bar with the Start menu, the title of my program window and
the usual WM2003 icons, and a second bar is displayed right below, once
again with the title of my window and the OK (or Close) icon.
This is odd as well as quite problematic. Maybe some older versions of
the SWT are bug-free. Any link to one of those is welcome.
I hope this is the right newsgroup so please redirect me if this not the
case.

Sincerely yours,

Guillaume Godet-Bar
Re: [POCKET PC - WM2003SE]Strange j9 behaviour [message #446954 is a reply to message #446946] Tue, 07 December 2004 08:10 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Stefan Pietsch is currently offline Stefan PietschFriend
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Hello,

if I understand your problem right I think I had a similar problem. Please
check which styles you are using for the shell.
If the style SWT.TITLE is set, two windows title bars are displayed!

See my discussion with Christophe Cornu with the title "PocketPC: size of
dialog".

Bye Stefan

"Guillaume Godet-Bar" <guillaume_godetbar.nospam@nospam.hotmail.com> schrieb
im Newsbeitrag news:cp2q4g$rp7$1@www.eclipse.org...
> Hello,
> I'm using the latest (3050) SWT for the j9 JVM. Programs run
> smoothly,except that two top bars appear instead of one, that is,
> there's one bar with the Start menu, the title of my program window and
> the usual WM2003 icons, and a second bar is displayed right below, once
> again with the title of my window and the OK (or Close) icon.
> This is odd as well as quite problematic. Maybe some older versions of
> the SWT are bug-free. Any link to one of those is welcome.
> I hope this is the right newsgroup so please redirect me if this not the
> case.
>
> Sincerely yours,
>
> Guillaume Godet-Bar
Re: [POCKET PC - WM2003SE]Strange j9 behaviour [message #446958 is a reply to message #446954] Tue, 07 December 2004 11:43 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: guillaume_godetbar.nospam.nospam.hotmail.com

You nearly pinpointed the problem. In fact I resized the shell to the
PPC dimensions in order to do some debugging under XP, and that made the
panel act as a moveable, resizable window when transfered to my PPC
(same as if i used SWT.TITLE).

Thanks for your help!

Guillaume

Stefan Pietsch wrote:
> Hello,
>
> if I understand your problem right I think I had a similar problem. Please
> check which styles you are using for the shell.
> If the style SWT.TITLE is set, two windows title bars are displayed!
>
> See my discussion with Christophe Cornu with the title "PocketPC: size of
> dialog".
>
> Bye Stefan
>
> "Guillaume Godet-Bar" <guillaume_godetbar.nospam@nospam.hotmail.com> schrieb
> im Newsbeitrag news:cp2q4g$rp7$1@www.eclipse.org...
>
>>Hello,
>>I'm using the latest (3050) SWT for the j9 JVM. Programs run
>>smoothly,except that two top bars appear instead of one, that is,
>>there's one bar with the Start menu, the title of my program window and
>>the usual WM2003 icons, and a second bar is displayed right below, once
>>again with the title of my window and the OK (or Close) icon.
>>This is odd as well as quite problematic. Maybe some older versions of
>>the SWT are bug-free. Any link to one of those is welcome.
>>I hope this is the right newsgroup so please redirect me if this not the
>>case.
>>
>>Sincerely yours,
>>
>>Guillaume Godet-Bar
>
>
>
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