Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Interface
java.awt.KeyEventPostProcessor

Packages that use KeyEventPostProcessor
java.awt Contains all of the classes for creating user interfaces and for painting graphics and images. 
javax.swing Provides a set of "lightweight" (all-Java language) components that, to the maximum degree possible, work the same on all platforms. 
 

Uses of KeyEventPostProcessor in java.awt
 

Classes in java.awt that implement KeyEventPostProcessor
 class DefaultKeyboardFocusManager
          The default KeyboardFocusManager for AWT applications.
 class KeyboardFocusManager
          The KeyboardFocusManager is responsible for managing the active and focused Windows, and the current focus owner.
 

Methods in java.awt that return types with arguments of type KeyEventPostProcessor
protected  List<KeyEventPostProcessor> KeyboardFocusManager.getKeyEventPostProcessors()
          Returns this KeyboardFocusManager's KeyEventPostProcessor chain as a List.
 

Methods in java.awt with parameters of type KeyEventPostProcessor
 void KeyboardFocusManager.addKeyEventPostProcessor(KeyEventPostProcessor processor)
          Adds a KeyEventPostProcessor to this KeyboardFocusManager's post- processor chain.
 void KeyboardFocusManager.removeKeyEventPostProcessor(KeyEventPostProcessor processor)
          Removes a previously added KeyEventPostProcessor from this KeyboardFocusManager's post-processor chain.
 

Uses of KeyEventPostProcessor in javax.swing
 

Classes in javax.swing that implement KeyEventPostProcessor
 class DefaultFocusManager
          This class has been obsoleted by the 1.4 focus APIs.
 class FocusManager
          This class has been obsoleted by the 1.4 focus APIs.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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