In this newsletter, we describe how we can generate remote screen shots as compressed, scaled JPGs to build a more efficient remote control mechanism. Full Article
Recent versions of Swing do a good job of mimicking the underlying platform, with a few caveats. For example, the JSlider only snaps onto the correct tick once you let go of the mouse. Here I present a fix for this problem with a non-intrusive one-liner that we can add to the application code. Full Article
The Tristate Checkbox is widely used to represent an undetermined state of a check box. In this newsletter, we present a new version of this popular control, retrofitted to Java 5 and 6. Full Article
In this newsletter, we learn how we can create our own EventQueue and then use that to intercept all the events that arrive in AWT/Swing. Full Article
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