Re: Obscured Menu

Hi John,

This is a heavyweight (3D display) vs. lightweight (JMenu) issue. You
can correct your problem by doing the following before you set up your
GUI:

JPopupMenu.setDefaultLightWeightPopupEnabled( false );
ToolTipManager.sharedInstance().setLightWeightPopupEnabled( false );

Good luck,
Doug

John Osborne wrote:
> 
> I want to add a menubar to the JFrame containing my 3D display. The
> problem is that the menus are obscured by the 3D plot. I can click and
> drag on the menu and verify that the menu items do indeed work--they are
> just invisible. When I don't add my display to the frame, the menubar
> and items showed up properly. Is there a way to have a menubar coexist
> with a display in a JFrame?
> 
> oz
> NOAA/PMEL

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