Re: Using XGrabPointer

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Correct me if I am wrong but to my understanding,
Java.awt or javax.swing can only listen to mouse
events for a particular window, when I actaully need
to listen to mouse events which could be for all
windows or no windows on the screen at all.

--- Dave Mielke <dave@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> [quoted lines by Dallas Glidewell on June 26, 2000,
> at 12:30]
> >I have a need to determine when the mouse is moved
> on
> >a Linux system.  Ultimately, my Java program will
> call
> >a C program that can determine and notify Java when
> >the mouse pointer has been moved.  
> Then why don't you use the Java.awt or javax.swing
> classes and listen for mouse
> motion events?
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