While trying to create a sample to demonstrate the problem, it became clear that it is not simple to reproduce. I eliminated the FXML and CSS as possible causes, so it must be something deeper in our Java code. It could even be related to it being embedded in a Swing JavaFX pane.
I have to set it aside for now, and will come back to it later. But I wanted to update the list in case anyone else is seeing something similar. Thanks, Kevin On 05/14/2014 03:48 PM, Jonathan Giles wrote: > As far as I know it is unknown at this point. Please do file a bug with > a test application. > > Thanks, > > -- Jonathan > > On 15/05/2014 10:46 a.m., Kevin Smith wrote: >> In a scene that is configured to use a right-to-left orientation, we >> have a ChoiceBox. When clicked, the popup of available items is shownin >> the wrong position (well away from the choicebox itself). My guess is >> that it is ignoring the orientation, and coming up in a relative >> position that would be correct in a left-to-right screen. >> >> We have seen this on Windows, Mac, and Linux, using Java 1.8.0. >> >> Is this already a known problem? If not, let me know if I need to create >> a sample app that demonstrates it. >> >> Thanks, >> >> Kevin >