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Re: [opensuse] Possible bug in Java1.5 and KDE3.5... only on SUSE
  • From: Marc Benstein <endir@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 03 Feb 2006 14:39:26 -0700
  • Message-id: <43E3CD8E.9090703@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Clayton wrote:
> I think I've stumbled on a possible bug either in SUSE's implementation
> of KDE3.5 and Java 1.5, or only in Java 1.5... I'm not sure which is the
> culprit here.
> I have a Java application I use every day for my work - oXygenXML. I
> started noticing a problem where if a child window/dialog was shaded, it
> wouldn't unshade.
> With some help of the application developers at oXygen, it was traced
> down to this... If you have a Java application that creates a frame and
> a dialog with the frame as a parent, and you open the dialog and
> execute a shade-close-unshade on the dialog title bar, the window
> content is painted grey - the contents are not repainted. The only way
> to get rid of the broken dialog is to restart the application.
> This is only a problem when I use Java 1.5. The same application
> running on a Java 1.4 VM is fine.
> It was tested on SUSE 10.0 with KDE 3.5 and on Fedora. This problem
> with the shade only happens in SUSE - not on Fedora.
> So... any thoughts on this? Is it something in SUN's Java 1.5 (and
> subsequently should be put into SUN's Java Bugzilla) or something to do
> with SUSE 10.0 (and a candidate for the OpenSUSE Bugzilla)?

Try another JVM first. For instance IBM's

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