Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
javax.swing.MenuSelectionManager

Packages that use MenuSelectionManager
javax.swing Provides a set of "lightweight" (all-Java language) components that, to the maximum degree possible, work the same on all platforms. 
javax.swing.event Provides for events fired by Swing components. 
javax.swing.plaf.basic Provides user interface objects built according to the Basic look and feel. 
 

Uses of MenuSelectionManager in javax.swing
 

Methods in javax.swing that return MenuSelectionManager
static MenuSelectionManager MenuSelectionManager.defaultManager()
          Returns the default menu selection manager.
 

Methods in javax.swing with parameters of type MenuSelectionManager
 void JMenuItem.processKeyEvent(KeyEvent e, MenuElement[] path, MenuSelectionManager manager)
          Processes a key event forwarded from the MenuSelectionManager and changes the menu selection, if necessary, by using MenuSelectionManager's API.
 void JPopupMenu.processKeyEvent(KeyEvent e, MenuElement[] path, MenuSelectionManager manager)
          Processes a key event forwarded from the MenuSelectionManager and changes the menu selection, if necessary, by using MenuSelectionManager's API.
 void JMenuBar.processKeyEvent(KeyEvent e, MenuElement[] path, MenuSelectionManager manager)
          Implemented to be a MenuElement -- does nothing.
 void MenuElement.processKeyEvent(KeyEvent event, MenuElement[] path, MenuSelectionManager manager)
          Process a key event.
 void JMenuItem.processMouseEvent(MouseEvent e, MenuElement[] path, MenuSelectionManager manager)
          Processes a mouse event forwarded from the MenuSelectionManager and changes the menu selection, if necessary, by using the MenuSelectionManager's API.
 void JPopupMenu.processMouseEvent(MouseEvent event, MenuElement[] path, MenuSelectionManager manager)
          This method is required to conform to the MenuElement interface, but it not implemented.
 void JMenuBar.processMouseEvent(MouseEvent event, MenuElement[] path, MenuSelectionManager manager)
          Implemented to be a MenuElement -- does nothing.
 void MenuElement.processMouseEvent(MouseEvent event, MenuElement[] path, MenuSelectionManager manager)
          Processes a mouse event.
 

Uses of MenuSelectionManager in javax.swing.event
 

Methods in javax.swing.event that return MenuSelectionManager
 MenuSelectionManager MenuDragMouseEvent.getMenuSelectionManager()
          Returns the current menu selection manager.
 MenuSelectionManager MenuKeyEvent.getMenuSelectionManager()
          Returns the current menu selection manager.
 

Constructors in javax.swing.event with parameters of type MenuSelectionManager
MenuDragMouseEvent(Component source, int id, long when, int modifiers, int x, int y, int clickCount, boolean popupTrigger, MenuElement[] p, MenuSelectionManager m)
          Constructs a MenuDragMouseEvent object.
MenuDragMouseEvent(Component source, int id, long when, int modifiers, int x, int y, int xAbs, int yAbs, int clickCount, boolean popupTrigger, MenuElement[] p, MenuSelectionManager m)
          Constructs a MenuDragMouseEvent object.
MenuKeyEvent(Component source, int id, long when, int modifiers, int keyCode, char keyChar, MenuElement[] p, MenuSelectionManager m)
          Constructs a MenuKeyEvent object.
 

Uses of MenuSelectionManager in javax.swing.plaf.basic
 

Methods in javax.swing.plaf.basic with parameters of type MenuSelectionManager
protected  void BasicMenuItemUI.doClick(MenuSelectionManager msm)
          Call this method when a menu item is to be activated.
 void BasicRadioButtonMenuItemUI.processMouseEvent(JMenuItem item, MouseEvent e, MenuElement[] path, MenuSelectionManager manager)
           
 void BasicCheckBoxMenuItemUI.processMouseEvent(JMenuItem item, MouseEvent e, MenuElement[] path, MenuSelectionManager manager)
           
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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